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A Message from Governor William Donald Schaefer: 

Although Maryland is small in land area, it is one of the most 
exciting and dynamic states in the nation. We are proud of 
our state — its wealth of natural resources, its thriving 
economy, and, most of all, its wonderful people. 

The 1988-1989 Maryland Statistical Abstract includes a 

tremendous amount of information about our state from agriculture, 

to education, to population, to transportation. 

Our state government will use this data to make sound decisions 
that will enhance the quality of life for all Maryland residents. 
I hope you'll find this book just as useful. 

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The Maryland Statist km! Ai >M ract is published 
every other year by the Maryland Department of Economic and 
l-.mployment Development.. The 1988-89 edition was supervised 
by IHKNK TASHl.ICK. DAVID HANNAN , PATRICIA FELIX and THOMAS 
XUBACK provided valuable assistance in collecting, 
virqanizing and computerizing the data. JERRY A. WADE and 
MASSOUD AHMADI organized the computer operations. WENDY 
STEWARD was responsible for clerical and computer 
ope rat ions . 

We thank the many contributors to this volume. 
Notes below each table credit its sources. Wherever private 
sector sources are indicated, permission to use such 
material should be obtained from the cited source. 



Published by: 

Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development 

J. Randall Evans 
Secretary 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

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POLITICAL SUBDIVISION MAP OF MARYLAND 1 

Table No. 

1 Regions and Metropolitan Statistical Areas 
(MSA's) of Maryland Grouped by Political 
Subdivision 2 

2 Maryland Highlights 3 

3 STATE RANKINGS OF SELECTED INDICATORS : 

a Population Estimates, July 1, 1986 Provisional. . 5 

a Population Projections, 1995 5 

a Age 65 and over, Percentage, July 1, 1985 

Population 5 

b Age 18-24, Percentage, July 1, 1985 

Population 6 

b Total Land Area 6 

b Population Per Square Mile, 1986 6 

c Total Personal Income, 1986 7 

c Per Capita Personal Income, 1986 7 

c Household Expenditures, 1985 7 

d Civilian Labor Force, 1986 8 

d Unemployment Rates, 1986 8 

d Total Nonagricultural Payroll Employment, 1986. . 8 

e Average Weekly Earnings in Manufacturing, 1986. . 9 

e Value Added by Manufactures, 1985 9 

f Farm Market Receipts, 1985 10 

g Active Non-Federal Physicians Per 100,000 

Population, 1983 11 

g Scientists and Engineers Per 100,000 

Population, 1986 11 



Tabic No. Page 

Source Notes 12 

SELECTED INDICATORS BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 

4a Population and Per Capita Personal Income .... 14 

4b Civilian Labor Force, Total Employment and 

Unemployment Rate 15 

4c Covered Employment by Major Industrial Sector, 

Maryland and the Baltimore MSA 16 

4d Covered Employment by Major Industrial Sector, 

Washington, D.C. MSA: Maryland Portion 18 

4e Covered Employment by Major Industrial Sector, 

Western and Southern Maryland 19 

4f Covered Employment by Major Industrial Sector, 

Eastern Shore 20 

4g Public Sector Revenue and Expenditure Indicators. 22 

POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS 

5 Maryland Population Growth: 1790-1980 23 

6 Resident Population of the 50 States and the 
District of Columbia, July 1, 1986 and 
Projection, 1995; Rank by Percentage Change 
1970-1980 24 

7 Migration to and from Maryland: 1975-1980, 

By State 25 

8 Population: State of Maryland and Political 
Subdivisions, July 1, 1985 Estimate and 1995 
Projection, Rank by Percentage Change: April 1, 

1970 - April 1, 1980 26 

9 Population Density of Maryland Subdivisions; 

Ranked by Density: July 1, 1985 27 

10 Population of Places in Maryland: July 1, 1984 . 28 

11 Ethnic Characteristics of the Population of 
Maryland: 1980 32 

12 Population, State of Maryland, by Race and 
Political Subdivision: April 1, 1980 and 

April 1, 1970 33 



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13 Population, State of Maryland, Percent Change 
by Race: April 1, 1970 to April 1, 1980 by 
Political Subdivision 34 

14 Persons by Detailed Race and by Spanish Origin: 

1980 by Political Subdivision 35 

15 Maryland Population by Sex and Race and Detailed 

Age Group: July 1, 1985 36 

16 White Population in Maryland by Age Group: 

July 1, 1985, by Political Subdivision 37 

17 All Other Races Population in Maryland by Age 

Group: July 1, 1985 by Political Subdivision . . 38 

18 Marriage by Resident Status and Type of Ceremony, 

by Political Subdivision of Occurrence: 1984 . . 39 

19 Birth and Birth Rates by Race for Maryland and 
Political Subdivisions: 1984 40 

20 Absolute Divorces and Annulments by Legal Grounds 
for Decree and Political Subdivisions of 
Occurrence: 1984 41 

21 Selected Mortality Data by Race, Maryland and 

the United States: 1981-1984 42 

22 Deaths for Twelve Leading Causes, by Sex and 

Race, Maryland: 1984 43 

23 Deaths and Death Rates by Race for Maryland and 
Political Subdivisions: 1984 44 

EDUCATION 

24 Years of School Completed: Persons 2 5 Years and 

Over by Political Subdivision: 1980 45 

25 Number of Public Schools in Maryland: 1986-1987 

by Political Subdivision 46 

26 Enrollment in Public and Nonpublic Schools, All 
Levels, Maryland: Sept. 30, 1983, 1985 and 1986. 47 

27 Number of Pupils Attending Public Schools in 
Maryland, by Political Subdivision: Sept. 30, 

1981, 1985 and 1986 48 



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28 Number of Pupils Attending Nonpublic Schools in 
Maryland by Political Subdivision: Sept. 30, 

1981, 1985 and 1986 49 

29 Enrollment in Maryland Private Schools as a 
Percentage of Total Enrollment in Grades 
Prekindergarten-12: Sept. 30, 1981 and 1986. . . 50 

30 Average Number of Pupils Per Teacher, Principal 
and Professional Support Staff, Maryland Public 
Schools, by Political Subdivision, Fall 1986 

School Year 51 

31 Elementary and Secondary Teachers and Principals 
in Maryland Public Schools, by Political 
Subdivision: 1986 and 1983 52 

3 2 Cost Per Pupil Belonging: Current Expenses, 
Maryland Public Schools, by Political 
Subdivision: 1985-1986 School Year 53 

3 3 Average Salary Per Teacher and Principal: 

Maryland Public Schools: October 1985 54 

3 4 Holding Power of Public High Schools in Maryland: 

1976-1986 55 

3 5 Public High School Graduates in Maryland and 
Percent Intending to Continue Education, by 
Political Subdivision: 1986, 1984 and 1982 ... 56 

36 Source of Current Funds and Disbursements, 
Maryland Public Schools: School Years 1985-86 

and 1984-85 57 

37 Source of Revenue for General Operating Expenses, 
Maryland Public Schools, by Political 
Subdivision: 1985-86 58 

38 Disbursements for Capital Outlay, Maryland Public 
Schools: 1985-86 59 

39 Enrollment in State Accredited Two Year Colleges: 
Fall 1986 60 

40 Enrollment in State Accredited Four Year 

Colleges and Universities: Fall 1986 61 

41 Four Year State Accredited Colleges and 
Universities in Maryland: Degrees Granted July 

1, 1985-June 30, 1986 62 

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42 Faculty in Public Institutions of Higher 
Education: Fall 1986 64 

43 Average Salaries of Faculty in Public 
Institutions of Higher Education: 1986 65 

44 Federal Obligations to Universities and Colleges 

by Institution and Type of Activity: FY 1985 . . 66 

45 Federal Obligations to Universities and Colleges 

by Institution and Type of Agency: FY 1985 . . . 67 

HEALTH SERVICES 

46 Number of Beds in Hospitals in Maryland, by 
Political Subdivision 68 

47 Patient Population, State Psychiatric Inpatient 
Facilities, Fiscal Years 1975-1986 69 

CLIMATE OF MARYLAND 

48 Maryland Weather Stations, by Region, for which 
Climatological Data are Presented 71 

49 Probability Dates of Last Spring and First Fall 
Occurrence of 3 2 F. , by Region, for Selected 
Stations within the State of Maryland: 

1951-1980 72 

50 Map: Annual Average Precipitation for the State 

of Maryland: 1951-1980 73 

51 Average Temperature, Precipitation and Snowfall, 
by Region, at Selected Locations within Maryland: 
1951-1980 74 

52 Average Number of Heating Degree Days and 
Average Number of Cooling Degree Days for 
Selected Weather Stations within Maryland, by 
Region: 1951-1980 81 

NATURAL RESOURCES 

53 Forest Land Area in Maryland and Neighboring 
States and the Continental United States: 

January 1, 1977 ; 84 

54 Commercial Forest Land Area by Stand-Size Class 
in Maryland and Neighboring States and the 
Continental United States: January 1, 1977 ... 85 



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8 3 Armed Services Personnel in Maryland and United 

States: Fiscal year 1985 116 

MANUFACTURING EMPLOYMENT AND PAYROLLS 

84 Number of Manufacturing Establishments in 

Maryland, by Political Subdivision: 1986, 1980, 

1970, 1960, and 1950 117 



8 5 Manufacturing Employment in Maryland by Standard 
Industrial Classification, by Place of Work, 
Annual Averages: 1986, 1981 and 1976, Ranked by 
Number of Jobs in 1986 118 



86 

Metropolitan Area (MSA) by Standard Industrial 
Classification by Place of Work, Annual Averages: 
1986, 1981, and 1976, Ranked by Number of Jobs 
in 1986 119 

87 Annual Average Weekly and Annual Average Hourly 
Earnings in Manufacturing Industries in Maryland, 
by Place of Work: 1986 and 1984, Ranked by 1986 
Dollar Value of Average Weekly Earnings 120 

88 Manufacturing Payrolls in Maryland: 1985 and 
1983 Rank by Dollar Value in 1985 121 

89 Labor and Proprietors' Income from Manufacturing 
and Nonmanuf acturing Industries in Maryland: 

1986 and 1984 122 

90 Labor and Proprietors' Income from the 
Manufacturing Industry, Maryland and Selected 
Eastern States: 1986 and 1984 123 

91 Number of Employees in Manufacturing, Maryland 

and Selected Other Areas: 1963-1982 124 

9 2 Number of Employees Engaged in Manufacturing, 

Maryland and Selected Eastern States Regionally 

Ranked by Rate of Growth in Total Employees: 

1985 and 1982 125 

9 3 Value Added by Principal Manufacturing 

Industries in Maryland: 1985 and 1983 Ranked 

by Dollar Volume: 1985 126 

94 Value Added by Manufacture, Aggregate and Per 
Production Worker, Maryland and Selected 
Eastern States: Regionally Ranked by Value 
Added Per Production Worker in 1985 127 



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TRADE 

95 Estimated Travel Expenditure and Travel 
Generated Employment in Maryland, by Political 
Subdivision: 1986 129 

96 Trade Activity in Maryland, Establishments with 
Payroll: 1982 130 

97 Retail Trade Activity in Maryland: Number of 
Establishments, Sales and Annual Payroll Change: 

1982 and 1977 132 

98 Wholesale Trade Activity in Maryland: Number of 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 

Change: 1982 and 1977 133 

99 Service Industries in Maryland: Establishments 
With Payroll, Number of Establishments, Total 
Receipts, and Annual Payroll Change: Statistics 
for Firms Subject to Federal Income Tax: 1982 

and 1977 134 

100 Maryland Retail Trade, by Political Subdivision: 

1982 135 

101 Maryland Retail Trade, by Political Subdivision: 

1977 136 

102 Maryland Wholesale Trade, by Political 
Subdivision: 1982 137 

103 Maryland Wholesale Trade, by Political 
Subdivision: 1977 138 

104 Service Industries in Maryland by Political 
Subdivision: 1982 139 

105 Number of Establishments with Payroll, by 
Selected Kind-of -Business Group, Maryland 
Service Industries, by Political Subdivision: 

1982 140 

106 Number of Establishments with Payroll, by 
Kind-of -Business Group, Maryland Selected 
Services by Political Subdivision with 300 or 

More Establishments: 1982 141 

PERSONAL INCOME 

107 Gross State Product, Maryland, Current and 

Constant Dollars: 1967-1986 143 



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108 Personal Income by Major Source, Maryland: 

1986 and 1984 144 

109 Total Personal Income and Per Capita Personal 
Income, by Political Subdivision: 1984 and 1979. 145 

110 Total Personal Income, Maryland, District of 
Columbia, and Selected Eastern States: 1986 

and 1985 146 

111 Per Capita Personal Income, Maryland, District 
of Columbia, and Selected Eastern States: 

1986 and 1985 147 

112 Transfer Payments, by State for 1986 and 1984 . . 148 

113 Family Income Distribution: 1979, United 

States, Maryland, and Political Subdivisions. . . 149 

114 Families Below Poverty Level in Maryland, by 
Political Subdivisions: 1979 150 

115 Gross Household Income in Maryland, by Political 
Subdivision: 1985 151 

116 Gross Household Income, Maryland, District of 
Columbia, and Selected Eastern States: 1985. . . 152 

117 Household Expenditures in Maryland, by Political 
Subdivision: 1985 153 

118 Household Expenditures Per Household, Rank 

Order for States: 1985 154 

INCOME MAINTENANCE 

119 Selected Income Maintenance Administration 
Expenditures: Maryland, Net Expenditures for 
Selected Programs and Percent and Source of 

Funds, Fiscal Years 1987 and 1986 155 

120 Selected Income Maintenance Caseload for 
Maryland and Political Subdivisions: Average 

for Fiscal Years 1986 and 1985 156 

121 Food Stamp Distribution: Fiscal Years 1986 and 

1985 157 



Table No. Page 

CITY WORKER'S FAMILY BUDGET 

122 Consumer Price Index, United States, Baltimore, 
MD, and Washington, D.C. Metropolitan 
Statistical Areas, All Items, Food, Housing, 
and Medical Care Components: Annual Averages 
1983-1986 and May 1986 and May 1987 158 

123 Indices of Average Earnings of Workers in 
Selected Occupational Groups, All Industries, 
in Selected Metropolitan Areas: January- 
December 1986 159 

GOVERNMENT FINANCE 

124 State of Maryland, Schedule of General Government 
Revenues by Source, Expenditures by Function 

and Other Sources (Uses) of Financial Resources 
and Changes in Fund Balances; General, Special 
Revenue Debt Service and Capital Projects Funds: 
Fiscal Years 1986, 1983 and 1980 161 

125 Tax Rate Changes in Maryland 162 

126 Retail Sales Tax Receipts, Maryland, by Major 

Class of Business: Fiscal years 1986 and 1983. . 164 

127 Retail Sales Tax Receipts by Major Categories 

by Political Subdivision: Fiscal year 1986 . . . 165 

128 Retail Sales and Use Tax Receipts, by 
Subdivision: Fiscal Years 1986 and 1985 166 

129 Percentage Distribution of Local Government 
Revenues and Current Expenses: Fiscal Year 1986, 
Political Subdivision 168 

130 Per Capita General Revenue for State and Local 
Governments, United States, Maryland and 
Selected Eastern States: Selected Financial 

Items 1984-85 170 

131 Per Capita General Expenditure for State and 
Local Governments, United States, Maryland and 
Selected Eastern States: Selected Financial 

Items 1984-85 171 

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND LIFE INSURANCE 

132 All Active Banks in Maryland, Summary of Assets 

and Liabilities: 1986 and 1985 173 



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133 All Active National Banks in Maryland, Summary 

of Assets and Liabilities: 1986 and 1985 .... 174 

134 All Active State Banks and Trust Companies in 
Maryland, Summary of Assets and Liabilities: 

As of December 31, 1986 and 1985 175 

135 All Active Mutual Savings Banks in Maryland, 
Summary of Assets and Liabilities: As of 

December 31, 1986 and 1985 176 

136 State-Chartered Credit Unions in Maryland: As 

of December 31, 1986 and 1985 177 

137 Consumer Loan and Small Loan Licensees in 
Maryland: 1985 and 1986 178 

138 Largest Active Banks in Maryland, Ranked by 

Assets as of December 31, 1986 179 

139 Amount of Deposits by Size of Account in all 
Commercial Banks in Maryland by Political 
Subdivision: Fiscal 1986 180 

140 Life Insurance in Force in Maryland: 1985. . . . 181 

141 Purchases of Ordinary Life Insurance, Maryland: 
1977-1985 181 

MASS MEDIA 

142 Television Stations Located in Maryland: 1986. . 182 

143 Average Daily Circulation of Daily Newspapers 

of General Circulation in Maryland: 1986 .... 183 

144 Weekly Newspapers of General Circulation in 
Maryland: 1986 184 

COURTS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 

145 Number of Judges, Population and Case Load Per 
Judge, Maryland Circuit Courts, by Political 
Subdivision: Fiscal Year 1986 189 

146 Cases Filed in Circuit Courts, Maryland: Fiscal 
Years 1986 and 1985 190 

147 Average Time Intervals, Dispositions of Appeals, 
Maryland Court of Appeals, in Months 1972-1986. . 191 



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148 Average Days From Filing to Disposition, 
Maryland Circuit Court, by Political 

Subdivision: 1985-1986 192 

149 United State District Court for Maryland, Civil 
and Criminal Cases and Bankruptcy, 
Administrative, and Citizen Matters: Fiscal 

Years 1985 and 1984 193 

150 Crime Rates in Maryland Per 10,000 Inhabitants, 

by Political Subdivision: 1986 194 

151 Major Offenses of Persons Committed to State 
Institutions: Fiscal Year 1986 195 

152 Jurisdiction From Which Committed Persons Were 
Received: Fiscal Year 1986 196 

153 Age Groups of Committed Persons, All Adult 
Institutions: Fiscal Year 1986 197 

154 Lengths of Sentences of Committed Persons, All 

Adult Institutions: Fiscal year 1986 197 

155 Formal Disposition of All Juvenile Court Cases, 
by Political Subdivision: Fiscal Years 1983, 

1984 and 1985 198 

156 Average Daily Total Population of Juvenile 
Institutions, by Institution: Fiscal Years 

1986 and 1983 199 

157 Capacity, Average Daily Population and Annual 
Per Capita Costs of Adult Correctional 
Institutions: Fiscal Year 1984 200 

ENERGY 

158 Fuel Component of the Consumer Price Index, 
Baltimore MSA and the United States Average, 

Annual Average 1980-1986 201 

159 Gas Utility Industry, Customers and Revenues, 
Maryland: 1974-1985 202 

160 Natural Gas Consumption, in the United States 

and South Atlantic States: 1985, 1983 and 1981 . 203 



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161 Installed Nameplate Capacity and Production 
of Electric Utilities by Type of Prime Mover 
and Class of Ownership and Production of 
Electric Utilities by Source, Maryland: 

1983-1986 204 

162 Commercial and Industrial Electric Sales in 
Maryland and the District of Columbia: 1979- 

1986 205 

163 Residential Statistics of Privately-Owned 
Electric Utility Companies Operating in 

Maryland: 1986 206 

164 Production of Coal in the United States, by 
State and in Maryland by Political Subdivision: 

1985 and 1983 207 

165 Gross Gallons of Motor Gasoline Sold, Maryland 

and the United States: 1974-1986 208 

166 Gasoline Retail Prices: Premium and Regular 
Unleaded, Baltimore Metro Area and United States 
Average, Average Price Per Gallon: Month of 

May, 1984-1987 209 

167 Telephone System in Maryland, Selected Data: 
1976-1986 210 

PORT OF BALTIMORE 

168 Import and Export Tonnage and Value, Port of 
Baltimore: 1974-1986 211 

169 Import Trade of the Port of Baltimore Arranged 
by Principal Countries and by Trade Areas: 

1986 212 

170 Export Trade of the Port of Baltimore Arranged 
by Principal Countries and by Trade Areas: 

1986 213 

171 Ranking of Principal United States Seaports in 
Foreign Waterborne Trade, Import Tonnage: 

1986, 1985 and 1984 . . . 214 

172 Ranking of Principal United States Seaports in 
Foreign Waterborne Trade, Import Value: 

1986, 1985 and 1984 215 



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173 Ranking of Principal United States Seaports in 
Foreign Waterborne Trade, Export Tonnage: 

1986, 1985 and 1984 216 

174 Ranking of Principal United States Seaports in 
Foreign Waterborne Trade, Export Value: 

1986, 1985 and 1984 217 

175 Value of Principal Categories of Commodities 
Exported from and Imported into the Port of 
Baltimore: 1986 218 

17 6 Leading Commodities in Waterborne Commerce, 

Baltimore Harbor and Channels, in Short Tons: 

1984 219 

177 Waterborne Commerce of the Principal Waterways 

in Maryland, in Short Tons: 1984 and 1981. . . . 220 

178 Waterborne Commerce of the Baltimore Harbor and 
Channels, in Short Tons: 1975-1984 221 

AIR TRAVEL 

179 Baltimore-Washington International Airport 
Operations: 1986 and 1985 222 

180 Commercial Airports and Heliports in the State 

of Maryland, by Political Subdivision 223 

MOTOR VEHICLES 

181 New Motor Vehicle Registration and Number of 
Licensed Drivers in Maryland: 1986 and 1985. . . 224 

182 Motor Vehicle Registration in Maryland, by Type 

and Political Subdivision: 1986 and 1985 .... 225 

183 Average Daily Vehicle Miles, State Maintained 

Roads: 1986 and 1985 226 

184 Traffic Volume at Toll Facilities in Maryland, 
Annual Totals: 1976-1986 227 

185 Highway Mileages Between Selected Locations in 
Maryland 228 

186 Total Highway Mileages by Type of System in 
Maryland: 1986 and 1985 229 



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AGRICULTURE 

187 Cash Receipts from Farming, Maryland: 1986 

1.985 and 1984 231 

188 Selected Commodities Indices, Price Received by 
Farmers, Maryland: 1982-1986 232 

189 Number of Farms and Land in Farms, Maryland: 
1977-1986 232 

190 Livestock and Poultry in Maryland, Number on 

Farms: 1985-1987 233 

191 Livestock and Poultry in Maryland, Value by 
Species: 1985-1987 234 

HOUSING AND CONSTRUCTION 

192 Selected Characteristics of Year-Round Housing 
Units: 1980 235 

193 Vacancy Rates in Year Round Housing Units: 

1980 236 

194 Building Permits for New Private and Public 
Residential Dwelling Units Authorized in 

Maryland: 1972-1986 237 

195 Building Permits Authorized for New 
Residential Units and Nonresidential Buildings 

by Political Subdivision: 1986, 1985 and 1984. . 238 

REAL ESTATE 

196 Number of Real Properties and Real Property 
Assessed Values, by Political Subdivision: 

As of July 1, 1986 239 

197 Real Property Assessment Level Ratios, by 
Political Subdivision: 1986, 1985 and 1984 . . . 240 

198 Real Property Leased to the Federal Government 

in Maryland: 1984 and 1985 241 

199 Federally Owned Real Property in Maryland: 

1984 and 1985 241 

FEDERAL OUTLAYS IN MARYLAND 

200 Summary Distribution of Federal Funds, 

Maryland: Fiscal Year 1986 243 



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200b 
200c 
200d 
200e 
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Federal Government Grants to State and Local 
Governments by Agency and for Selected Programs, 
Maryland: Fiscal Year 1986 



Federal Government Expenditure for Salaries 
and Wages, Maryland: Fiscal Year 1986. . . 



Federal Government Direct Payments for 
Individuals by Program, Maryland: FY 1986. . 

Federal Government Procurement Contracts - 
Value of Awards, Maryland: Fiscal Year 1986. 

Federal Government Expenditure for Other 
Programs, Maryland: Fiscal Year 1986 . . . . 



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ELECTIONS 



Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations 
by County Areas, Maryland: Fiscal Year 1986. 

Federal Expenditures by Functional Category in 
the Appalachian Portion of Maryland: FY 1985 



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Map: Congressional Districts of the 100th 

Congress, Maryland: All Counties 253 

Counties with 2 or More Congressional 
Districts : 

Map: Baltimore and Baltimore County 254 

Map: Baltimore and Baltimore County (Part) . . . 255 

Map: Harford County 2 56 

Map: Howard County 257 

Map: Montgomery County 258 

Map: Prince George's County 259 

Voter Registration in Maryland, by Party and 
Political Subdivision: As of October 6, 1986 . . 260 

Maryland General Election Returns - November 6, 

1984 for President and Vice President of the 

United States 261 

Maryland General Election Returns - November 4, 

1986 for Governor and Lt. Governor of Maryland. . 262 

Maryland General Election Returns - November 2, 

1982 for United States Senator 263 

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208 Maryland General Election Returns - November 4, 

1986 for United States Senator 264 

209 Maryland General Election Returns - November 4, 
1986 for Representative in the 100th Congress 

of the United States 265 

RECREATION AREAS 

210 Recreation Homes, by Political Subdivision: 

1980 267 

211 Open Space Land and Selected Recreation 
Facilities: 1986 268 



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REGIONS AND METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS (MSA'S) OF 
MARYLAND GROUPED BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 



BALTIMORE MD MSA 



WASHINGTON, DC-MD-VA 
MSA: MARYLAND PORTION 



Baltimore City 

Baltimore 

Anne Arundel 

Howard 

Harford 

Carroll 

Queen Anne ' s 



Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Calvert 
Charles 
Frederick 



WESTERN MARYLAND 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 



Washington 

Allegany 

Garrett 



St. Mary's 



EASTERN SHORE 



UPPER EASTERN SHORE 



LOWER EASTERN SHORE 



Caroline 
Cecil 
Kent 
Talbot 



Dorchester 
Somerset 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS* AS DEFINED BY THE 
U.S. OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET AS OF 
OCTOBER 12, 1984: 



BALTIMORE, MD MSA 

CUMBERLAND, MD MSA (Allegany County) 

HAGERSTOWN, MD MSA (Washington County) 

WILMINGTON, DE-NJ-MD-PMSA (Cecil County) 

WASHINGTON, DC-MD-VA MSA 



*Effective June 30, 1983, OMB changed the basic term 
from SMSA (Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area) 
to MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area). 



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MARYLAND HIGHLIGHTS 



SIZE LN SQUARE MILES 

Land 

Chesapeake Bay --Maryland Portion 

Inland Water 

Total 



9,837 

1,726 

623 

12,186 



POPULATION: JULY 1, 1985 ESTIMATE 



Maryland 
Baltimore MSA 
Washington, U.C. 

EDUCATION: 1986 



MSA: Maryland Portion 



Enrollment in Public and Nonpublic Schools 

Total All Levels 

Pre-Kindergarten through High School 

Four-Year Colleges and Universities 

Two- Year Colleges 
Public High School Graduates and 
Percent Intending to Continue Education 

LABOR FORCE, EMPLOYMENT MID UNEMPLOYMENT: 1986 

By Place of Residence, Annual Average 

Civilian Labor Force 

Total Employment 

Unemployment and Percentage Rate 



4,392,450 
2,251,400 
1,574,340 



1,044,113 

811,184 

138,770 

94,159 

46,700; 48.0 



2,357,000 

2,252,000 

105,000; 4.5 



Percent Change 
Over 1980 Census 

4.2 
2.4 
7.4 



Nonagricultural Payroll 
Annual Average Employment 
By Place of Work 

Total Nonagricultural Employment 
Manufacturing 

Durable Goods 

Nondurable 
Nonmanufacturing 

Mining 

Contract Construction 

Transportation and Public Utilities 

Wholesale Trade 

Retail Trade 

Finance, Insurance and Real Estate 

Services 

Federal Government 

State and Local Government 

PERSONAL INCOME: 1986 

Gross State Product 

(In billions of current dollars) 
Total Personal Income 

(In millions of dollars) 
Per Capita Personal Income 
Average Household Expenditure (1985) 



(1,000 Jobs) Percent of Total 



1,950.8 


100.0 


209.8 


10.8 


110.0 


5.6 


99.8 


5.1 


1,741.0 


89.2 


1.6 


0.1 


138.8 


7.1 


90.9 


4.6 


107.9 


5.5 


388.7 


19.9 


117.4 


6.0 


503.5 


25.8 


133.5 


6.8 


258.7 


13.3 



80.0 

75,272 
$16,864 
$16,373 



-3- 



No. 2 
MARYLAND HIGHLIGHTS (Contd.) 



LEADING MANUFACTURING IHDUSTRIES 
BY VALUE ADDED: 1985 

(In millions of dollars) 

All Industries 

Electric and Electronic Equipment 
Food and Kindred Products 
Chemicals and Ailied Products 

CASH RECEIPTS FROM FARMING: 1986 
(In thousands of dollars) 

All Crops 

Livestock and Livestock Products 

Total Receipts 

PORT OF BALTIMORE TRADE: 1986 

Imports 
Tonnage (2,000 lbs.) 

Value ($1,000) 

Exports 
Tonnage (2,000 lbs.) 
Value ($1,000) 

STATE FDIANCE: FISCAL YEAR 1986 
(In thousands of dollars) 

Total Available Revenues 
Total Expenditures 
Fund Balance, June 30 

ASSESSABLE BASE FOR TAXATION: 1986/87 

Total Assessable Tax Base 
Real Property Tax Base 
(In billions of dollars) 



ALL ACTIVE BANKS IN MARYLAND: 
(In millions of dollars) 

Total Assets 
Total Liabilities 



TOTAL HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURES ESTIMATED: 
(In millions of dollars) 



DECEMBER 31, 1986 



1985 



NUMBER OF MOTOR VEHICLES REGISTERED: 

February 1, 1985 through April 30, 1986 

VOTER REGISTRATION: October 6, 1986 



11,906.6 
2,499.6 
1, 700.0 
1,194.7 



388,948 

814,290 

1,203,238 



14,207,271 
10,775,359 



10,500,066 
4,571,566 



6,751,471 

6,659,000 

517,006 



73.1 
54.3 



40,018 
36,045 



25,861 

3,515,785 
2,139,690 



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NO. 3a 

STATE RANK1UGS OF SELECTED INDICATORS 



JULY 1, 1986 POPULATION 
PROVISIONAL 

(THOUSANDS) RANI 



JULY 1, 19% POPULATION 
PROJECTION 

(THOUSANDS) RANK 



July 1, L965 POPULATION 
AGK 65 OR OVER 

(PERCENTAGE) RANK 



United States 
MARYLAND 

EAST 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

MIDWEST 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

SOUTH 

Delaware 

MARYLAND 

District of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

WEST 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 

Alaska 

Hawaii 



241,077 




4,463 


20 


1,174 


38 


1,027 


40 


541 


49 


5,832 


12 


975 


42 


3,189 


28 


17,772 


2 


7,620 


9 


11,889 


4 


10,752 


7 


5,504 


14 


11,553 


6 


9,145 


8 


4,785 


17 


4,214 


21 


2,851 


29 


5,066 


15 


679 


16 


708 


45 


1,598 


36 


2,461 


32 


633 


47 


4,463 


20 


626 


48 


5,787 


13 


1,919 


34 


6,331 


L0 


3,378 


24 


6,104 


11 


11,675 


5 


3,728 


23 


4,803 


16 


4,053 


22 


2,625 


31 


2,372 


33 


4,501 


18 


3,305 


26 


16,682 


3 


819 


44 


1,003 


41 


507 


51 


3,267 


27 


1,479 


37 


3,317 


25 


1,665 


35 


963 


43 


4,463 


19 


2,698 


30 


26,981 


1 


534 


50 


1,062 


39 



259,619 




5,025 


17 


1,247 


39 


1,251 


38 


579 


50 


5,985 


13 


1,029 


43 


3,376 


27 


17,886 


3 


8,252 


9 


11,689 


5 


10,742 


7 


5,545 


14 


11,025 


6 


9,318 


8 


4,811 


19 


4,426 


21 


2,652 


31 


5,304 


15 


643 


47 


7ii 


45 


1,574 


37 


2,515 


32 


702 


46 


5,025 


17 


620 


49 


6,551 


12 


1,786 


36 


7,106 


11 


3,740 


25 


7,338 


10 


14,189 


4 


3,745 


24 


5,135 


16 


4,307 


22 


2,792 


30 


2,482 


33 


4,517 


20 


3,318 


28 


19,012 


2 


798 


44 


1,034 


42 


495 


51 


3,637 


26 


1,809 


35 


4,218 


23 


1,893 


34 


1,198 


41 


4,841 


18 


2,828 


29 


31,463 


1 


636 


48 


1,243 


40 



12.0 




10.4 


39 


13.2 


12 


11.6 


32 


11.8 


29 


13.4 


9 


14.4 


2 


13.0 


14 


12.7 


16 


12.6 


18 


14.3 


3 


12.1 


22 


11.7 


31 


11.9 


26 


11.2 


35 


12.9 


15 


12.5 


19 


14.3 


3 


13.7 


6 


12.7 


16 


13.7 


6 


13.5 


8 


13.3 


10 


11.2 


35 


10.4 


39 


12.1 


22 


10.3 


40 


13.3 


10 


11.3 


34 


10.2 


41 


9.9 


42 


17.6 


1 


11.9 


26 


12.1 


22 


12.1 


22 


11.9 


26 


14.3 


3 


9.8 


44 


12.3 


20 


9.4 


46 


11.8 


29 


10.9 


37 


8.3 


49 


8.8 


48 


9.6 


45 


12.3 


20 


7.9 


50 


9.9 


42 


11.4 


33 


13.2 


12 


10.5 


38 


3.2 


51 


9.4 


46 



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NO. 3b 
STATE RANKIMGS OF SELECTED INDICATORS CONTD. 





JULY 1, 198b 


POPULATION 






1986 POPULATIOl 




AGE 18 


-24 


TOTAL LAND 


AREA 


PER SQ 


KILE 




(PERCENTAGE) 


RANK 


(SQ. MILES) 


RANK 


(NUMBER) 


RANK 


United States 


11.9 




3,539,289 




68.1 




MARYLAND 


12.4 


11 


9,837 


42 


24,507.2 


6 


EAST 














Maine 


12.1 


23 


30,995 


39 


0.0 


37 


New Hampshire 


12.4 


11 


8,993 


44 


114.2 


20 


Vermont 


13.0 


2 


9,273 


13 


58.3 


31 


Massachusetts 


12.5 


9 


7,824 


45 


745.4 


4 


Rhode Island 


12.5 


9 


1,055 


50 


924.2 


3 


Connecticut 


11.8 


30 


4,872 


48 


200.1 


5 


New York 


11.8 


30 


47,377 


30 


375.1 


7 


Mew Jersey 


11.5 


43 


7,468 


46 


1,020.4 


2 


Pennsylvania 


11.6 


42 


44,888 


32 


264.9 


9 


MIDWEST 














Ohio 


11.7 


37 


41,004 


35 


262.2 


10 


Indiana 


12.1 


23 


35,932 


38 


299.2 


16 


Illinois 


11.8 


30 


55,645 


24 


98.9 


12 


Michigan 


12.2 


20 


56,954 


22 


160.5 


15 


Wisconsin 


12.3 


16 


54,426 


25 


37.9 


25 


Minnesota 


12.0 


26 


79,548 


14 


53.0 


33 


Iowa 


11.8 


30 


55,965 


23 


75.3 


34 


Missouri 


11.7 


37 


68,945 


18 


73.5 


28 


North Dakota 


12.4 


11 


69,300 


17 


9. a 


46 


South Dakota 


12.0 


26 


75,952 


16 


9.3 


47 


Nebraska 


11.7 


37 


76,644 


15 


20.8 


42 


Kansas 


11.7 


37 


81,778 


13 


19.5 


39 


SOOTH 














Delaware 


12.9 


3 


1,932 


49 


1,273.8 


8 


MARYLAND 


12.4 


11 


9,837 


12 


64.3 


6 


District of Columbia 


12.2 


20 


63 


51 


70,841.3 


1 


Virginia 


12.7 


5 


39,704 


36 


145.8 


17 


West Virginia 


11.5 


43 


24,119 


41 


79.6 


27 


North Carolina 


12.7 


5 


48,843 


29 


129.6 


18 


South Carolina 

Georgia \ 


13.1 


1 


30,203 


40 


111.8 


21 


12.6 


8 


58,056 


21 


58.2 


22 


Florida 


10.8 


50 


54,153 


26 


112.7 


11 


Kentucky 


12.4 


11 


39,669 


37 


294.3 


24 


Tennessee 


12.0 


26 


41,155 


34 


116.7 


19 


Alabama 


12.2 


20 


50,767 


28 


79.8 


26 


Mississippi 


12.9 


3 


47,233 


31 


55.6 


32 


Arkansas 


11.8 


30 


52,078 


27 


50.4 


36 


Louisiana 


12.7 


5 


44,521 


33 


53.3 


23 


Oklahoma 


11.8 


30 


68,655 


19 


48.1 


35 


Texas 


12. i 


23 


262,017 




63.7 


30 


WEST 














Hontana 


11.4 


45 


145,388 


4 


5.6 


49 


Idaho 


11.3 


18 


82,412 


11 


9.9 


45 


Waning 


11.4 


55 


96,989 


9 


5.2 


50 


Colorado 


12. U 


26 


103,595 


3 


4.9 


38 


New Mexico 


12.3 


16 


121,335 


5 


12.2 


44 


Arizona 


11.8 


30 


113,508 


6 


13.0 


40 


Utah 


12.3 


16 


82,073 


1? 


20.3 


43 


Nevada 


11.4 


45 


109,894 


7 


8.3 


48 


Washington 


11.3 


48 


66,511 


20 


67.1 


29 




JO. 6 


51 


96,184 


10 


28.1 


41 


California 


11.7 


37 


156,299 


3 


17.3 


13 


Alaska 


12.3 


16 


570,833 


1 


47.3 


51 


Hawaii 


- 




(.,425 


47 




. I 



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L 



-6- 



BO. 3c 

STATE RAKISG OF SELECTED INDICATORS COSTD. 





1986 TOTAL 


1986 PER CAPITA 


1985 HOUSEHOLD 




PERSOUL INCOME 


PERSOUL INCOME 


EIPKJID1TURES 


STATE 


($ MILLLOJS) 


BUB 


($) 


BUB 


($ HLLLIOK) 


RAIK 


OHITED STATES 


3,529,522 




14,641 




1,342,382 




MARYLAND 


75,272 


14 


16,864 


8 


25,861 


18 


EAST 














Maine 


15,007 


40 


12,790 


34 


6,173 


38 


New Hampshire 


16,339 


38 


15,911 


9 


5,886 


39 


Vermont 


7,220 


50 


13,348 


30 


2,876 


50 


Massachusetts 


103,353 


10 


17,722 


5 


34,254 


10 


Rhode Island 


14,213 


42 


14,579 


21 


5,494 


41 


Connecticut 


62,502 


20 


19,600 


1 


19,338 


24 


New York 


304,095 


2 


17,111 


6 


102,843 


2 


New Jersey 


141,919 


8 


18,626 


3 


44,521 


9 


Pennsylvania 


169,392 


6 


14,249 


22 


65,726 


6 


MIDWEST 














Ohio 


149,807 


7 


13,933 


23 


59,680 


7 


Indiana 


72,294 


15 


13,136 


33 


30,476 


14 


Illinois 


180,052 


4 


15,586 


10 


66,508 


5 


Michigan 


135,113 


9 


14,775 


18 


49,004 


8 


Wisconsin 


66,549 


18 


13,909 


24 


26,411 


16 


Minnesota 


63,184 


19 


14,994 


16 


23,971 


20 


Iowa 


38,053 


29 


13,348 


31 


16,110 


29 


Missouri 


69,856 


16 


13,789 


25 


28,178 


15 


North Dakota 


8,470 


48 


12,472 


36 


3,814 


46 


South Dakota 


8,364 


49 


11,814 


40 


3,567 


47 


Nebraska 


21,957 


34 


13,742 


26 


8,970 


35 


Kansas 


36,042 


30 


14,650 


19 


14,049 


31 


SOOTH 














Delaware 


9,498 


46 


15,010 


14 


3,551 


48 


MARYLAND 


75,272 


14 


16,864 


8 


25,861 


18 


District of Columbia 


12,142 


43 


19,397 


2 


3,889 


45 


Virginia 


89,169 


11 


15,408 


12 


32,712 


12 


West Virginia 


20,289 


35 


10,576 


50 


9,660 


34 


North Carolina 


78,763 


13 


12,438 


37 


33,238 


11 


South Carolina 


38,153 


28 


11,299 


44 


16,985 


28 


Georgia 


82,078 


12 


13,446 


29 


32,304 


13 


Florida 


170,980 


5 


14,646 


20 


68,472 


4 


Kentucky 


41,902 


26 


11,238 


45 


19,012 


25 


Tennessee 


57,645 


21 


12,002 


39 


24,968 


19 


Alabama 


45,939 


24 


11,336 


43 


20,436 


22 


Mississippi 


25,504 


33 


9,716 


51 


12,321 


32 


Arkansas 


26,268 


32 


11,073 


48 


12,062 


33 


Louisiana 


50,382 


22 


11,193 


47 


23,210 


21 


Oklahoma 


40,595 


27 


12,283 


38 


18,831 


26 


Texas 


224,877 


3 


13,478 


27 


91,282 


3 


WEST 














Montana 


9,666 


45 


11,803 


41 


4,373 


44 


Idaho 


11,250 


44 


11,223 


46 


5,083 


43 


Wyoming 


6,485 


51 


12,781 


35 


2,775 


51 


Colorado 


49,771 


23 


15,234 


13 


19,788 


23 


New Mexico 


16,894 


37 


11,422 


42 


7,440 


37 


Arizona 


44,719 


25 


13,474 


28 


17,758 


27 


Utah 


18,288 


36 


10,981 


49 


7,899 


36 


Nevada 


14,870 


41 


15,437 


11 


5,584 


40 


Washington 


66,978 


17 


15,009 


15 


26,019 


17 


Oregon 


35,955 


31 


13,328 


32 


14,962 


30 


California 


456,098 


1 


16,904 


7 


155,587 


1 


Alaska 


9,495 


47 


17,796 


4 


3,093 


49 


Hawaii 


15,814 


39 


14,886 


17 


5,376 


42 



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NO. 3d 
STATE RANKINGS Of SELECTED INDICATORS (COITD.) 













1986 TOTAL 






1986 C1VILIAI 




1986 UNEMPLOYMENT 


NONAGRICULTURAL 




I.ABOR FORCE 




RATE 




PAYROLL EMPLOYMENT 




(THOUSANDS) 


RANK 


(PERCENTAGE) 


RANK 


(THOUSANDS) 


RANK 


United States 


117,834 




7.0 




100,167 




MARYLAND 


2,358 


17 


4.5 


6 


1,951 


17 


EAST 














Maine 


562 


39 


5.3 


15 


477 


40 


New Hampshire 


562 


38 


2.8 


1 


489 


39 


Vermont 


292 


49 


4.7 


7 


234 


49 


Massachusetts 


3,051 


11 


3.8 


1 


2,981 


10 


Rhode Island 


510 


41 


4.0 


4 


442 


42 


Connecticut 


1,740 


23 


3.8 


2 


1,602 


21 


New 'fork 


8,408 


2 


6.3 


23 


7,906 


2 


New Jersey 


3,892 


9 


5.0 


12 


3,487 


9 


Pennsylvania 


5,634 


5 


6.8 


27 


4,794 


4 


MIDWEST 














Ohio 


5,234 


7 


8.1 


36 


4,475 


7 


Indiana 


2,750 


14 


6.7 


26 


2,228 


14 


Illinois 


5,686 


4 


8.1 


34 


4,777 


5 


Michigan 


4,393 


8 


8.8 


42 


3,639 


8 


Wisconsin 


2,399 


16 


7.0 


30 


2,015 


16 


Minnesota 


2,213 


19 


5.3 


14 


1,391 


19 


Iowa 


1,432 


29 


7.0 


29 


1,077 


29 


Missouri 


2,529 


15 


6.1 


21 


2,132 


15 


North Dakota 


331 


46 


6.3 


24 


249 


48 


South Dakota 


345 


45 


4.7 


8 


252 


47 


Nebraska 


803 


34 


5.0 


11 


654 


34 


Kansas 


1,224 


31 


5.4 


16 


983 


31 


SOUTH 














Delaware 


325 


48 


4.3 


5 


303 


45 


MARYLAND 


2,358 


17 


4.5 


6 


1,951 


17 


District of Columbia 


328 


47 


7.7 


32 


641 


35 


Virginia 


2,885 


13 


5.0 


10 


2,557 


13 


West Virginia 


743 


36 


11.8 


50 


597 


37 


North Carolina 


3,194 


10 


5.3 


13 


2,732 


11 


South Carolina 


1,602 


26 


6.2 


22 


1,338 


26 


Georgia 


3,014 


12 


5.9 


18 


2,675 


12 


Florida 


5,588 


6 


5.7 


17 


4,590 


6 


Kentucky 


1,690 


25 


9.3 


46 


1,277 


27 


Tennessee 


2,301 


18 


8.0 


33 


1,929 


18 


Alabama 


1,883 


22 


9.8 


17 


1,461 


23 


Mississippi 


1,163 


32 


11.7 


49 


849 


32 


Arkansas 


1,073 


53 


8.7 


40 


314 


33 


Louisiana 


1,338 


21 


13.1 


51 


1,524 


22 


Oklahoma 


1,593 


27 


8.2 


37 


1,140 


28 


Texas 


8,159 


3 


8.9 


43 


6,580 




WEST 














Montana 


407 


44 


3.1 


35 


276 


46 


Idaho 


468 


43 


8.7 


41 


334 


44 


Wyoming 


249 


51 


9.0 


M 


199 


51 


Colorado 


1,694 


24 


7.4 


31 


1,402 


24 


New Mexico 


672 


37 


9.2 


45 


528 


38 


na 


1,586 


28 


6.9 


28 


1,341 


25 


Utah 


755 


35 


6.0 


20 


634 


36 


Nevada 


541 


40 


6.0 


19 


469 


41 


Washington 


2,178 


20 


8.2 


38 


1,770 


20 


Oreo 


1,347 


30 


8.5 


39 


1,056 


30 


California 


13,365 


1 


6.7 


25 


11,272 


1 


Aid; • 


256 


50 


10.8 


48 


222 


50 


Hawaii 


488 




| . " 


• 


437 


43 



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STATE RANKINGS OF SELECTED INDICATORS (CQBTD.) 





1986 AVERAGE WEEILY 








EARNINGS 


a 


1985 VALUE ADDED 




NABUFACTURIBG 


BY MANUFACTURE 




(I) 


RANI 


($ MILLIONS) 


tin 










UNITED STATES 


396.01 




999,327.9 




MARYLAND 


403.38 


20 


11,906.6 


26 


EAST 










Maine 


351.19 


40 


4,671.0 


38 


New Hampshire 


362.56 


35 


5,045.3 


35 


Vermont 


359.38 


36 


1,740.0 


42 


Massachusetts 


381.61 


30 


32,964.8 


11 


Rhode Island 


319.95 


47 


4,289.3 


39 


Connecticut 


420.93 


10 


20,632.0 


18 


New fork 


395.81 


24 


73,392.6 


2 


New Jersey 


417.36 


14 


36,116.7 


9 


Pennsylvania 


391.55 


27 


51,858.4 


7 


MIDWEST 










Ohio 


486.68 


2 


64,156.8 


3 


Indiana 


448.62 


5 


33,461.2 


10 


Illinois 


436.40 


7 


55,589.2 


4 


Michigan 


545.28 


1 


53,574.2 


6 


Wisconsin 


427.46 


9 


27,753.0 


12 


Minnesota 


414.12 


16 


19,397.0 


19 


Iowa 


418.37 


11 


13,368.3 


24 


Missouri 


396.90 


23 


21,754.2 


16 


North Dakota 


312.48 


49 


736.0 


50 


South Dakota 


324.24 


46 


1,411.6 


44 


Nebraska 


374.10 


33 


5,343.4 


34 


Kansas 


392.52 


26 


11,651.6 


27 


SOUTH 










Delaware 


416.53 


15 


3,380.2 


40 


MARYLAND 


403.38 


20 


11,906.6 


26 


District of Columbia 


395.78 


25 


1,222.8 


45 


Virginia 


357.14 


37 


22,075.2 


15 


West Virginia 


418.31 


12 


4,748.0 


37 


North Carolina 


306.88 


50 


39,142.6 


8 


South Carolina 


325.51 


45 


14,636.3 


23 


Georgia 


341.11 


43 


26,971.7 


13 


Florida 


327.22 


44 


21,725.5 


17 


Kentucky 


386.51 


29 


15,514.5 


20 


Tennessee 


353.50 


39 


22,223.8 


14 


Alabama 


355.10 


38 


15,303.3 


21 


Mississippi 


299.89 


51 


9,128.2 


31 


Arkansas 


313.50 


48 


8,349.4 


32 


Louisiana 


443.08 


6 


12,322.1 


25 


Oklahoma 


404.74 


18 


9,367.8 


30 


Texas 


399.51 


22 


55,213.1 


5 


WEST 










Montana 


431.43 


8 


866.6 


48 


Idaho 


369.01 


34 


2,536.4 


41 


Wyoming 


378.30 


31 


466.9 


51 


Colorado 


391.42 


28 


10,111.7 


28 


New Mexico 


346.81 


41 


1,634.7 


43 


Arizona 


403.44 


19 


7,948.2 


33 


Utah 


401.00 


21 


4,848.4 


36 


Nevada 


376.27 


32 


1,035.8 


47 


Washington 


463.74 


4 


14,819.0 


22 


Oregon 


411.84 


17 


9,506.7 


29 


California 


417.91 


13 


111,365.5 


1 


Alaska 


477.58 


3 


855.0 


49 


Hawaii 


344.65 


42 


1,195.3 


46 



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HO. 3f 
JTATE RANKINGS OF SELECTED IKDICATORS (COWTD.) 









1985 FARM MARKET 


RECEIPTS 








LIVESTOCK 


AND 












PRODUCTS 




CROPS 




TOTAL 






($ MILLIONS) 


RANK 


($ MILLIONS) 


RANK 


($ MILLIONS) 


RANK 


United States 


69,401 




72,702 




142,103 




MARYLAND 


770 


30 


378 


37 


1,148 


1 


EAST 














Maine- 


250 


41 


127 


42 


378 


44 


New Hampshire 


71 


48 


36 


48 


107 


48 


Vermont 


'452 


39 


32 


49 


384 


43 


Massachusetts 


124 


46 


265 


39 


389 


42 


Rhode Island 


13 


49 


49 


46 


63 


49 


Connecticut 


206 


42 


110 


43 


316 


45 


New York 


1,845 


14 


719 


31 


2,564 


24 


New Jersey 


144 


44 


447 


35 


591 


37 


Pennsylvania 


2,184 


8 


966 


27 


3,150 


17 


MIDWEST 














Ohio 


1,511 


19 


2,430 


10 


3,940 


11 


iiidiana 


1,728 


16 


2,869 


3 


4,597 


10 


Illinois 


2,063 


9 


5,704 


2 


7,768 


4 


Michigan 


1,231 


22 


1,619 


15 


2,850 


20 


Wisconsin 


4,100 


5 


1,012 


25 


5,111 


8 


Minnesota 


3,370 


6 


3,102 


6 


6,472 


6 


Iowa 


4,811 


2 


4,390 


3 


9,201 


3 


Missouri 


1,930 


12 


1,738 


14 


3,668 


13 


North Dakota 


686 


33 


2,060 


11 


2,746 


22 


South Dakota 


1,903 


13 


1,076 


23 


2,979 


18 


Nebraska 


4,113 


4 


3,093 


7 


7,206 


5 


Kansas 


3,264 


7 


2,478 


9 


5,741 


7 


SOUTH 














Delaware 


352 


39 


137 


41 


490 


41 


MARYLAND 


770 


30 


378 


37 


1,148 


34 


District of Columbia 





51 





51 





51 


Virginia 


1,004 


25 


623 


32 


1,627 


30 


West Virginia 


192 


43 


4^ 


46 


241 


46 


North Carolina 


1,934 


11 


1,980 


12 


3,914 


12 


South Carolina 


415 


37 


618 


33 


1,033 


36 


Georgia 


1,727 


17 


1,600 


16 


3,327 


14 


Florida 


1,015 


23 


3,726 


5 


4,741 


9 


Kentucky 


1,352 


20 


1,519 


17 


2,871 


19 


Tennessee 


1,000 


26 


1,057 


24 


2,057 


28 


Alabama 


1,301 


21 


776 


30 


2,077 


26 


Mississippi 


1,010 


24 


1,126 


22 


2,136 


25 


Arkansas 


1,825 


15 


1,455 


15 


3,280 


15 


Louisiana 


491 


35 


968 


26 


1,460 


32 


Oklahoma 


1,726 


18 


938 


28 


2,G64 


23 


Texas 


.441 


1 


3,857 


4 


9,298 


2 


WEST 














Montana 


802 


29 


405 


36 


1,207 


33 


Idaho 


862 


28 


1,200 


19 


2,063 


27 


Wyoming 


479 


36 


110 


43 


589 


38 


Colorado 


2,019 


10 


1,145 


21 


3,164 


16 


New Mexico 


718 


31 


369 


38 


1,086 


35 


Arizona 


702 


32 


327 


29 


1,529 


31 


Utah 


409 


38 


138 


40 


548 


39 


Nevada 


144 


44 


78 


45 


222 


47 


Washington 


932 


27 


1,865 


13 


,797 


21 


Oregon 


622 


34 


1,156 


20 


1,778 


29 


California 


4,165 


3 


9,805 


1 


13,970 


1 


Alaska 


8 


50 


13 


50 


26 


50 


Hawa i i 


33 


47 




34 


540 


40 



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NO. 3g 
STATE RANKINGS OP SELECTED DTOICATORS CCNTD. 





1983 ACTIVE 


NGN-FEDERAL 


1986 SCIENTISTS AND 




PHYSICIANS 


PER 100,000 


ENGINEERS PER 


100,000 




CIVTL1AB 1 


^OPULATTOi 


RESIDENT POPULATE* 




(NUMBER) 


RAJS 


(NUMBER) 


BUB 


United States 


1% 




1,919 




MARYLAUD 


295 


2 


2,559 


7 


EAST 










Maine 


160 


31 


1,593 


29 


Hew Hampshire 


174 


23 


2,366 


10 


Vermont 


219 


7 


1,405 


36 


Massachusetts 


295 


3 


3,299 


2 


Rhode Island 


216 


8 


1,641 


28 


Connecticut 


268 


5 


3,173 


1 




New York 


289 


4 


2,037 


14 


New Jersey 


213 


9 


2,438 


9 


Pennsylvania 


207 


11 


1,882 


20 


h'jIWEST 










Ohio 


178 


21 


2,026 


16 


Indiana 


138 


41 


1,804 


23 


Illinois 


199 


13 


1,735 


26 


Michigan 


172 


24 


2,091 


13 


Wisconsin 


170 


25 


1,810 


22 


Minnesota 


202 


12 


2,119 


12 


Iowa 


135 


44 


1,512 


32 


Missouri 


175 


22 


1,966 


18 


North Dakota 


147 


38 


898 


50 


South Dakota 


124 


48 


876 


51 


Nebraska 


155 


34 


1,548 


31 


Kansas 


162 


30 


1,341 


40 


COUTH 










Delaware 


182 


20 


2,607 


6 


MARYLAND 


295 


2 


2,559 


7 


District of Columbia 


564 


1 


10,942 


1 


Virginia 


187 


18 


1,937 


19 


West Virginia 


150 


37 


1,016 


47 


North Carolina 


163 


29 


1,309 


41 


South Carolina 


141 


40 


1,270 


43 


Georgia 


154 


35 


1,394 


37 


Florida 


187 


16 


1,145 


44 


Kentucky 


146 


39 


1,054 


46 


Tennessee 


168 


28 


1,470 


35 


Alabama 


136 


42 


1,389 


38 


Mississippi 


115 


50 


971 


49 


Arkansas 


132 


46 


1,121 


45 


Louisiana 


168 


27 


1,280 


42 


Oklahoma 


133 


45 


1,589 


30 


Texas 


158 


33 


1,822 


21 


WEST 










Montana 


136 


43 


989 


48 


Idaho 


112 


51 


1,496 


33 


Wyoming 


124 


49 


1,381 


39 


Colorado 


198 


14 


2,782 


5 


New Mexico 


158 


32 


1,785 


24 


Arizona 


183 


19 


1,495 


34 


Utah 


169 


26 


2,036 


15 


Nevada 


153 


36 


2,555 


8 


Washington 


192 


15 


2,839 


4 


Oregon 


187 


17 


1,657 


27 


California 


236 


6 


2,348 


11 


Alaska 


127 


47 


1,985 


17 


Hawaii 


209 


10 


1,761 


25 



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No. 3 
STATE RANKINGS OF SELECTED INDICATORS CONT'D, 

SOURCE NOTES 



Indicator 



July 1, 1986 Population Provisional 



Source 



U.S. Department of Commerce, 
Bureau of the Census, Press 
Release, CB87-02, December 31, 
1986. 



1995 Population Projections: 



Age 6 5 and over, 1985 Population: 



Age 18-24, 1985 Population: 



Total Land Area 



1986 Population Per Sguare Mile: 



1986 Total Personal Income: 

and 
1986 Per Capita Personal Income 



U.S. Department of Commerce, 
Bureau of the Census, Current 
Population Reports, Series 
P-25, No. 1017. 

U.S. Department of Commerce, 
Bureau of the Census, Current 
Population Reports, Series 
P-25, No. 998, State 
Population and Household 
Estimates to 1985 with Age and 
Components of Change , issued 
December 1986. 

U.S. Department of Commerce, 
Bureau of the Census, Current 
Population Reports, Series 
P-25, No. 998, State 
Population and Household 
Estimates to 1985 with Age and 
Components of Change , issued 
December 1986. 

U.S. Department of Commerce, 
Bureau of the Census, 
Statistical Abstract of the 
United States , 1987 edition. 

Derived from data issued by 
the U.S. Department of 
Commerce, Bureau of the 
Census: Land area and July 1, 
1986 Population Provisional. 

U.S. Department of Commerce, 
Bureau of Economic Analysis, 
Survey of Current Business, 
August 1987. 



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NO. 3 



STATE RANKINGS OF SELECTED INDICATORS CONT'D. 



SOURCE NOTES 



1985 Household Expenditures: 



1986 Civilian Labor Force 



(1): 



1986 Unemployment Rates 



(2) 



1986 Total Nonagricultural Payroll 
Employment 

1986 Average Weekly Earnings in 
Manufacturing 



1985 Value Added by Manufactures: 



1985 Farm Marketing Receipts 



Standard Rate 
Service, Inc. 



and Data 
4-1-86 Consumer 



Market Data , issued July 12, 
1987. Data supplied by 
National Decision Systems, Box 
9007, Encinitas, CA 
92024-9007, (619-942-7000). 

U.S. Department of Labor, 

Bureau of Labor Statistics, 
Employment and Earnings , May 

1987. 

(l)State figures will not add 
to the U.S. total shown 
(obtained from the national 
data series) because the 
State estimates are arrived 
at independently. 

(2)In cases of ties in rates, 
States were ranked 
alphabetically. 

U.S. Department of Commerce, 
Bureau of the Census, Annual 
Survey of Manufactures, 1985 , 
Geographic Area Statistics, 
issued March 1987. 

U.S. Department of Commerce, 
Bureau of the Census, 
Statistical Abstract of the 
United States, 1987 edition. 



1983 Active Non-Federal Physicians 
Per 1000,000 Population: 



1986 Scientists and Engineers Per 
1000,000 Population: 



U.S. Department of Commerce, 
Bureau of the Census, 
Statistical Abstract of the 
United States, 1987 edition. 



Derived from data obtained 
from the National Science 
Foundation. July 1, 1986 
provisional population from 
the Bureau of the Census, 
Press Release CB 87-02, 
December 3, 1986. 



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NO. 4a 
SELECTED INDICATORS BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: POPU1.ATIQN AMD PER CAPITA PERSONAL INCOME 

■QfB: PERCENT CHANGES ARE REPORTED AS ANNUAL AVERAGE RATES. 

REPORTED RANKINGS INDICATE RELATIVE POSITIOIS AMONG THE STATE'S 24 SUBDrVISIOiS WITH REGARD 
TO THE ASSOCIATED MEASURE. 







POPUIATION 




PER CAPITA PERSONAL INCOME 










PERCENT 








PERCENT 




POLITICAL 


JULY, 1 198b 




CHANGE 








CHANGE 




SUBDIVISION 


ESTIMATE 


RANK 


1985/80 


RANK 


1984 


RANK 


1984/79 


RANI 


MARYLAND 


4,392,450 


-- 


0.8 


-- 


14,443 


-- 


9.2 


— 


BALTIMORE MSA 


















Baltimore City 


755,470 


1 


-0.8 


23 


11,006 


20 


8.5 


20 


Anne Arundel 


397,780 


5 


1.4 


11 


14,362 


5 


9.2 


15 


Baltimore Cnty 


665,040 


3 


0.3 


17 


15,211 


4 


8.0 


23 


Carroll 


108,000 


10 


2.3 


6 


13,749 


7 




5 


Harford 


153,310 


6 


1.0 


14 


13,462 


8 


9.6 


10 


Howard 


143,130 


7 


3.8 


1 


17,680 


2 


9.6 


9 


Queen Anne's 


28,670 


19 


2.4 


5 


12,470 


13 


9.4 


13 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSI 


: 
















MARYLAND PORTION 


















Montgomery 


643,890 


4 


2.1 


8 


21,444 


1 


9.6 


11 


Prince George's 


675,510 


2 


0.3 


16 


14,115 


6 


9.1 


18 


Calvert 


41,480 


16 


3.7 


2 


13,172 


9 


9.9 


6 


Charles 


85,470 


11 


3.3 


3 


12,640 


11 


9.7 


8 


Frederick 


127,990 


8 


2.2 


7 


13,102 


10 


9.1 


16 


WESTERN MARYLAND 


















Allegany 


75,330 


12 


-1.3 


24 


9,941 


22 


8.1 


22 


Garrett 


26,440 


21 


-0.0 


20 


7,990 


24 


6.7 


24 


Washington 


113,720 


9 


0.1 


19 


11,619 


14 


8.5 


21 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 


















St. Mary's 


65,690 


14 


1.9 


9 


11,148 


18 


10.4 


1 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 


















Cecil 


65,600 


15 


1.7 


10 


11,547 


16 


8.8 


19 


Kent 


16,830 


24 


0.2 


18 


11,563 


15 


9.5 


12 


Caroline 


23,900 


22 


0.6 


15 


10,581 


21 


9.1 


17 


Talbot 


26,940 


20 


1.0 


13 


15,282 


3 


9.3 


14 


IXJWER EASTERN SHORE 


















Dorchester 


29,850 


18 


-0.5 


22 


11,078 


19 


9.8 


7 


Wicomico 


68,150 


13 


1.1 


12 


11,423 


17 


10.0 


4 


Worcester 


35,150 


17 


2.6 


4 


12,488 


12 


10.1 


3 


Somerset 


19,110 


23 


-0.1 


21 


9,528 


23 


10.2 


2 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports, 

Series p-26, No. 85-52-C; Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Economic Information 
System, personal income series issued April, 1986. 

Maryland Center tor Health Statistics, July 1, 1985 population estimate issued May 1987 
(data to appear in the Bureau of the Census report, Series P-26, No. 85-MD-C). 



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no. 4b 

SELECTED INDICATORS BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE, TOTAL EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT RATE 

BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE: 1986 



NOTE: PERCENT CHANGES ARE REPORTED AS ANNUAL AVERAGE RATES. 

REPORTED RANKINGS INDICATE RELATIVE POSITIONS AMONG THE STATE'S 24 SUBDIVISIONS WITH REGARD 
TO THE ASSOCIATED MEASURE. 





CIVILIAN 


LABOR FORCE 




TOTAL 


EMPLOYMENT 




UNEMPLOYMENT 


RATE 


POLITICAL 




PERCENT CHANGE 




PERCENT 


CHANGE 






















SUBDIVISION 


1986 


1981-86 


RANK 


1986 


1981-86 


RANK 


1986 


RANK 


MARYLAND 


2,357,000 


1.7 




2,252,000 


2.3 




4.5 




BALTIMORE MSA 


















Baltimore City 


343,916 


57.5 


24 


316,392 


59.0 


24 


8.0 


20 


Anne Arundel 


202,345 


2.0 


11 


195,217 


2.6 


13 


3.5 


6 


Baltimore Cnty 


378,804 


-0.5 


8 


362,473 


0.8 


7 


4.3 


11 


Carroll 


56,791 


-29.4 


9 


54,628 


-28.7 


9 


3.8 


9 


Harford 


74,073 


29.2 


17 


70,400 


29.8 


18 


5.0 


13 


Howard 


80,126 


58.7 


4 


78,332 


62.3 


5 


2.2 


1 


Queen Anne's 


14,231 


-22.0 


12 


13,589 


-21.4 


12 


4.5 


12 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 


















MARYLAND PORTION 


















Montgomery 


386,280 


67.3 


6 


377,408 


69.5 


8 


2.3 


2 


Prince George's 


402,604 


56.4 


15 


389,512 


56.9 


14 


3.3 


4 


Calvert 


19,753 


5.3 


22 


18,958 


7.3 


22 


4.0 


10 


Charles 


41,780 


-9.0 


21 


40,609 


-8.4 


21 


2.8 


3 


Frederick 


69,365 


41.7 


16 


66,895 


45.4 


16 


3.6 


7 


WESTERN MARYLAND 


















Allegany 


31,795 


-15.1 


23 


28,966 


-15.4 


23 


8.9 


22 


Garrett 


11,949 


-27.5 


20 


10,685 


-28.5 


19 


10.6 


24 


Washington 


54,366 


47.1 


18 


50,551 


48.6 


17 


7.0 


17 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 


















St. Mary's 


33,450 


-36.5 


1 


32,231 


-36.5 


1 


3.6 


8 


DPPER EASTERN SHORE 


















Cecil 


32,144 


-38.7 


13 


29,769 


-39.0 


15 


7.4 


19 


Kent 


8,571 


-7.9 


14 


8,107 


-7.4 


11 


5.4 


15 


Caroline 


12,867 


11.2 


2 


12,060 


15.2 


2 


6.3 


16 


Talbot 


15,414 


-3.4 


19 


14,880 


-2.2 


20 


3.5 


5 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 


















Dorchester 


17,050 


1.7 


10 


15,628 


1.1 


10 


8.3 


21 


Wicomico 


38,266 


-6.5 


5 


36,207 


-5.4 


4 


5.4 


14 


Worcester 


20,197 


-7.3 


7 


18,748 


-6.6 


6 


7.2 


18 


Somerset 


10,862 


-8.6 


3 


9,755 


-8.0 


3 


10.2 


23 



Source: Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, Office of Labor Market Information, 
1986 benchmark data from the Current Population Survey. 



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MO. 4c 

COVERED EMPLOYMENT BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL SECTOR 

►■OR MARYLAND AMD BALTIMORE METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (RSI) 

BY PI-ACE OF WORK 



NOTE: PERCENT CHANGES 


ARE REPORTED 


AS AVERAGE 


ANNUAL RATES. 
















MAR Yl AND 


ANNE 


ARUNDEL 


BALTIMORE 


CITY 


BALTIMORE 




EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


EMPLOYMEm 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


CONSTRUCTION 




129,084 


4.6 


9,189 


5.7 


18,249 


1.6 


20,312 


4.1 


MANUFACTURING 
DURABLE 
NONDURABLE 




217,385 
116,287 

101,098 


-1.7 
-2.5 

-0.8 


22,571 

18,954 
3,617 


4.5 
5.0 
1.9 


53,624 
19,001 
34,623 


-5.1 

-10.7 

-0.9 


48,706 
33,745 
14,961 


-1.6 
-1.6 
-1.8 


TRANS., CUMMUN. 
S PUB. UTIL. 




83,382 


1.9 


5,942 


7.1 


29,930 


-3.1 


9,539 


5.7 


TRADE 

WHOLESALE 
kETAJL 




473,714 

103,678 
3/0,036 


3.3 
3.2 

3.4 


34,409 

4,910 

29,499 


5.4 
6.5 

5.2 


94,768 
28,677 
66,091 


0.4 

l.G 
-0.1 


77,434 
15,029 
62,405 


3.6 

0.8 
4.4 


FINANCE, LNSUR. 
& REAL ESTATE 




108,314 


3.6 


4,548 


6.0 


41,413 


1.8 


14,085 


6.4 


SERVICES & 
■DDK 




469,554 


5.9 


26,539 


7.3 


120,022 


4.6 


64,900 


6.4 


FFD. GOVERNMENT 




137,795 


0.6 


9,657 


5.2 


14,137 


1.3 


18,055 


-3.4 


STATE & LOCAL 
GOVERNMENT 




241,266 


-3.5 


20,579 


-4.4 


63,391 


-5.3 


34,633 


-4.9 


TOTAL COVERED 
IHUBUI 




1,360,494 


2.0 


133,434 


3.7 


435,534 


-0.4 


287,644 


1.6 


Source: Maryland Department of Economic and Lmployment Development, Office of Labor Market Information, Employment and 
Payrolls Covered by the Unemployment Insurance Law in Maryland, Annual Average, 1985 and 1980. 



-lfS- 



MO. 4c 

COVERED EMPLOYMENT BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL SECTOR 

TOR BALTIMORE METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA) (CONTD.) 

BY PLACE OF WORK 



NOTE: PERCENT CHANGES 


ARE REPORTED 


AS AVERAGE 


ANNUAL RATES. 




















CARROLL 


HARFORD 




HOWARD 


QUEEN ANNE'S 




EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


EMP1.0YMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


EMPLOYMENT 
1985 




PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


CONSTRUCTION 




3,396 


10.5 


3,208 




9.3 


4,489 




7.4 


707 


4.1 


MANUFACTURING 
DURABLE 
NONDURABLE 




5,646 
3,751 
1,895 


-5.6 
-6.1 
-4.6 


3,686 
1,272 
2,414 




-4.0 
-0.9 
-5.5 


6,197 

440 

1,757 




-2.4 

-39.1 
-0.3 


884 

80 

304 


-1.2 
-3.0 
-1.0 


TRANS., COMMON. 
& PUB. UTH. 




925 


3.8 


1,250 




0.4 


5,281 




22.7 


204 


-2.9 


TRADE 

WHOIESALE 
RETAIL 




7,172 
2,097 
5,075 


5.0 
4.2 
5.4 


9,266 
1,304 
7,962 




4.7 
6.6 
4.4 


18,248 

6,136 

12,112 




7.4 
9.2 
6.6 


1,757 
440 

1,317 


6.6 
1.5 
8.7 


FINANCE, DiSUR. 
& REAL ESTATE 




835 


2.1 


1,159 




1.6 


2,828 




8.7 


170 


7.0 


SERVICES & 
MINING 




5,015 


8.3 


6,718 




5.3 


16,197 




5.7 


729 


1.0 


FED. GOVERNMENT 




273 


9.8 


10,404 




3.6 


317 




7.6 


56 


1.5 


STATE & LOCAL 
GOVERNMENT 




4,586 


-1.6 


5,105 




-1.9 


7,607 




1.7 


997 


2.1 


TOTAL COVERED 
EMPLOYMENT 




27,848 


2.0 


40,796 




2.7 


61,164 




5.8 


5,504 


2.8 


Source: Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, Office of Labor Market Information 
Payrolls Covered By the Unemployment Insurance Law in Maryland, Annual Averaqe, 1985 and 1980. 


, Employment 


and 



-17- 



MO. 4d 

COVERED EMPLOYMENT BY MAJOR LNDOSTRIAL SECTOR 

FOR WASHINGTON, D.C. METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA) 

BY PLACE OF WORK 



NOTE: PERCENT 


CHANGES ARE 


REPORTED 


AS AVERAGE ANNUAL RATES. 
















CALVERT 


CHARLES 


FREDERICK 


MONTGOMERY 


PRBiCE I 


GEORGE'S 






PERCENT 




PERCENT 




PERCENT 




PERCENT 




PERCENT 




EMPLOYMENT 


CHANGE 


EMPLOYMENT 


CHANGE 


EMPLOYMENT 


CHANGE 


EMPLOYMENT 


CHANGE 


EMPLOYMENT 


CHANGE 




1985 


1980-85 


1985 


1980-85 


1985 


1980-85 


1985 


1980-85 


1985 


1980-85 


CONSTRUCTION 


952 


16.3 


2,120 


12.8 


4,177 


6.6 


24,057 


5.8 


21,830 


5.2 


MANUFACTURING 


169 


6.4 


619 


-9.6 


5,115 


-2.6 


17,287 


6.9 


11,718 


1.7 


UUkAHI.K 


92 


1.6 


294 


-0.9 


2,185 


-7.3 


10,189 


7.4 


5,429 


0.8 


NONDURABLE 


77 


14.6 


325 


-14.6 


2,930 


2.1 


7,098 


6.3 


6,289 


2.5 


TRANS., COMMUN. 






















& PUB. UTIL. 


183 


-8.9 


1,029 


2.0 


1,108 


0.7 


6,032 


2.3 


10,408 


7.0 


TRADE 


1,746 


9.9 


5,750 


2.7 


10,221 


5.1 


30,751 


4.1 


72,867 


4.3 


WUOI.ES ALE 


89 


-3.3 


1,211 


11.0 


1,954 


6.3 


15,476 


6.1 


12,841 


6.3 


RETAIL 


1,657 


11.0 


4,539 


1.0 


8,267 




65,275 


3.7 


60,026 


3.9 


FINANCE, INSUR. 






















& REAL ESTATE 


252 


. 


581 


5.5 


1,500 


7.4 


23,198 


6.2 


9,174 


-0.2 


SERVICES S 






















MINING 


1,488 


7.5 


3,058 


7.9 


6,646 


5.8 


117,414 


6.3 


52,410 


8.8 


FFJ). GOVERNMENT 


52 


■ 


2,915 


7.2 


2,039 


7.4 


45,646 


2.2 


22,749 


-3.4 


STATE & liOCAL 






















GOVERNMENT 


1,431 


0.8 


3,647 


0.4 


5,189 


0.7 


28,347 


-1.2 


39,826 


-3.8 


TtiTAl. COVERED 






















EMPUJYMEKT 


■ ,273 


■ . 1 


19,719 


■ 


35,995 


3.4 


342,732 


| 


.J62 


2.5 



and Department of Economic and Employment Development, Office of Labor Market Information, Employment and 
■rolls Covered By the Unemployment Insurance Law in Maryland, Annual Average, 1985 and 1980. 



-18- 



NO. 4e 

COVERED EMPLOYMENT BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL SECTOR 

FOR WESTERN AND SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

BY PLACE OK WORK 



NOTE: PERCENT CHANGES ARE REPORTED AS AVERAGE ANNUAL RATES. 





ALLEGANY 


GARRETT 




WASHINGTON 


ST. MARY'S 


EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


CONSTRUCnOH 


1,539 


2.4 


376 




7.8 


2,555 


1.7 


1,126 


2.6 


MANUFACTURING 
DURABLE 
NONDURABLE 


5,392 

455 

4,937 


-7.2 

-14.8 
-6.3 


861 
416 
445 




-8.0 
-8.3 
-7.7 


11,034 
7,339 

3,695 


-4.5 
-5.8 
-1.3 


370 
244 
126 


8.5 
11.3 

4.1 


TRANS., COMMUN. 
& PUB. UTIL. 


1,037 


-3.1 


250 




-0.9 


2,757 


4.5 


675 


6.4 


TRADE 

WHOLESALE 
RETAIL 


6,422 

737 

5,685 


2.6 
0.5 
2.9 


2,017 

410 

1,607 




1.8 

-0.9 

2.6 


10,838 
2,403 
8,435 


3.8 
1.9 
4.4 


3,511 
325 
482 


5.8 

-7.1 

-26.0 


FINANCE, DiSUR. 
& REAL ESTATE 


1,070 


2.2 


386 




7.9 


1,236 


1.5 


506 


7.8 


SERVICES & 
MINING 


5,799 


1.0 


2,229 




0.9 


7,809 


2.7 


3,637 


8.4 


FED. GOVERNMENT 


245 


2.8 


55 




5.5 


1,512 


5.5 


3,658 


11.7 


STATE & LOCAL 
GOVERNMENT 


4,132 


-4.6 


1,154 




-3.7 


5,829 


1.2 


2,349 


-3.3 


TOTAL COVERED 
EMPLOYMENT 


25,636 


-1.7 


7,328 




-0.5 


43,570 


0.7 


15,832 


5.6 


Source: Maryland Department of Economic 
Employment and Payrolls Covered 


and Employment Development, Office of Labor Market Information, 

By the Unemployment Insurance Law in Maryland, Annual Average, 1985 and 



1980. 



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NO. 4f 

COVERED EMPLOYMENT BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL SECTOR 

FOR THE EASTERN SHORE 

BY PLACE OF WORK 



NOTE: PERCENT CHANGES ARE 


REPORTED AS J 


AVERAGE ANNUAL RATES. 














CAROLINE 


CECIL 


DORCHESTER 


KENT 




EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 
1980-85 


EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


CONSTRUCTION 


268 


6.0 


949 


-3.0 


434 


-6.1 


403 




4.9 


MANUFACTURDK 
DURABLE 

NONDURABLE 


1,340 
347 
993 


4.4 
23.9 

0.7 


3,329 
1,278 
2,051 


-0.9 

-6.8 

4.4 


5,104 
2,538 
2,566 


0.8 

-1.6 

3.5 


806 
361 
445 




-3.0 

-2.4 
•3.4 


TRANS., COMMON. 
& PUB. UTIL. 


1,465 


2.0 


743 


1.6 


443 


-5.2 


240 




-3.5 


SIDE 

WHOLESALE 
RETAIL 


1,294 
331 
963 


4.4 
6.6 
3.8 


3,460 

579 

2,881 


2.1 
9.0 
1.0 


1,853 

390 

1,463 


5.6 
7.7 

r ,.i 


1,546 

368 

1,178 




3.0 

-0.6 

I. 


R NANCE, 1NSUR. 
S REAL ESTATE 


183 


2.5 


405 


1.2 


183 


0.1 


236 




1.7 


SERVICES & 
Ml NOG 


832 


6.7 


2,520 


3.2 


1,530 


2.4 


1,656 




4.7 


FED. GOVERNMENT 


59 


1.4 


1,538 


1.9 


79 


9.1 


42 




0.0 


STATE & LOCAL 
GOVERNMENT 


833 


1.3 


2,068 


0.5 


1,505 


-3.6 


548 




-3.8 


TOTAL COVERED 
EMPLOYMENT 


6,279 


3.6 


15,012 


0.9 


11,131 


. 


5,477 




1.0 


Souroe: Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, Office 

Kmplo7ment and Payrolls Covered by the Unemployment Insurance Law : 


of Labor Market Information, 
Ln Maryland, Annual Average, 


1985 



and 1980. 



-JO- 



NO. 4f 

COVERED EMPLOYMENT BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL SECTOR 

FOR THE EASTERN SHORE (CONTD.) 

BY PLACE OF WORK 



MOTE: PERCENT CHANGES 


ARE REPORTED 


AS AVERAGE 


ANNUAL RATES. 






















SOMERSET 


TALBOT 




WICOMICO 


WORCESTER 






EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


EMPLOYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


EMPLOYMENT 
1985 




PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


EMPIflYMENT 
1985 


PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1980-85 


CONSTRUCTION 




163 


4.8 


899 




5.6 


2,018 




7.9 


1,244 




14.1 


HANUFACTURIMG 
DURABLE 
NONDURABLE 




1,255 
745 
510 


2.8 

5.5 

-0.6 


2,827 

999 

1,828 




-2.9 
10.1 
-7.2 


6, '147 
1,974 
4,473 




1.0 

5.8 

-0.8 


2,398 

159 
2,239 




0.7 
4.6 
0.4 


TRANS., COMMON. 
& PUB. um. 




185 


1.8 


439 




-3.3 


1,851 




6.0 


469 




0.7 


TRADE 

WHOLESALE 
RETAIL 




807 
325 
482 


-1.9 

-8.1 
4.2 


3,478 

409 

3,069 




5.4 
0.1 
6.2 


8,870 
2,351 
6,519 




5.4 
9.9 
4.0 


5,951 

299 

5,652 




4.2 
-2.2 

4.6 


FINANCE, DISUR. 
& REAL ESTATE 




132 


-0.9 


342 




-2.8 


1,223 




4.8 


1,006 




6.2 


SERVICES & 
MIMING 




773 


5.2 


3,520 




4.8 


7,018 




4.1 


4,106 




5.5 


FED. GOVERNMENT 




35 


3.1 


130 




7.4 


247 




5.3 


161 




8.1 


STATE & LOCAL 
GOVERNMENT 




1,162 


6.6 


822 




-1.3 


3,717 




-2.6 


1,809 




-6.5 


TOTAL COVERED 
EMPLOYMENT 




4,512 


3.0 


12,457 




1.9 


31,391 




3.2 


17,144 




3.0 


Source: Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, Office of Labor Market Information, 
Payrolls Covered By the Unemployment Insurance Law in Maryland, Annual Averaqe, 1985 and 1980. 


Employment 


and 





-21- 



NO. 4G 

SELECTED INDICATORS BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 
PUBLIC SECTOR REVENUE AMD EXPEND ITURE INDICATORS 



NOTE: PERCENT CHANGES ARE REPORTS AS AVERAGE 


ANNUA!. RATES. 


















REPORTED RANKINGS INDICATE 


RELATIVE POSITIONS AMONG THE 


STATE'S 


24 SUBDIVISIONS WITH 


REGARD TO 


THE ASSOCIATED MEASURE. 








PROPERTY 


TAX 


PER 


CAPIT1 


I TAX REVENUE 


TRANSFER 










OPERATING 


TAX 


RATES PER 


$100 










REVENUE 


AS A 


COST PER 


















BUDGET 


BASE 


OF ASSESSED 










FRACTION 


OF 


PUPIL 






($000,000) 
FY 1987 (1) 


($000,000) 
PY 1987 


VALUATION 




FY 1986 


RANK 


PERCENT 


CHANGE 


TOTAL REVENUE 


BELONGING 






FY 1987 




1986/81 


RANK 


FY 1986 


RANK 


1985-86 


RANK 


MARYLAND 


5,382 (3) 


60,020 


0.21 


(4) 


711 


— 


8.1 


— 


0.32 


-- 


3,991 


-- 


BALTIMORE NSA 


























Baltimore City 


1,270 


5,859 


6.00 




645 


8 


9.2 


5 


0.43 


7 


3,444 


14 


Anne Arundel 


460 


6,189 


2.51 




673 


7 


9.7 


1 


0.28 


19 


3,813 


9 


Baltimore Cnty 


822 


9,231 


2.86 




710 


4 


8.1 


12 


0.27 


20 


4,565 


2 


Carroll 


73 


1,350 


2.03 




493 


12 


8.2 


10 


0.38 


13 


3,251 


23 


Harford 


122 


1,787 


2.73 




523 


11 


0.7 


24 


0.40 


11 


3,417 


16 


Howard 


152 


2,911 


2.27 




919 


•5 


9.3 


4 


0.20 


23 


4,312 


3 


Queen Anne's 


23 


490 


2.00 




491 


13 


6.7 


18 


0.39 


12 


3,853 


8 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
























MARYLAND PORTION 


























Montgomery 


1,119 


15,735 


2.29 




1,169 


1 


S.6 


8 


0.16 


24 


5,291 


1 


Prince George's 


835 


8,960 


2.40 




674 


6 


8.9 


7 


0.30 


18 


3,931 


6 


Calvert 


40 


1,321 


1.96 




696 


5 


7.8 


13 


0.33 


17 


3,854 


7 


Charles 


58 


1,353 


2.13 




552 


9 


6.5 


19 


0.37 


14 


3,419 


15 


Frederick 


83 


1,735 


2.19 




551 


10 


3.0 


23 


0.34 


16 


3,411 


17 


WESTERN MARYLAND 


























Allegany 


37 


805 


2.40 




447 


19 


8.5 


9 


0.42 


9 


3,362 


18 


Garrett 


14 


352 


2.31 




451 


17 


9.5 


2 


0.54 


2 


3,265 


22 


Washington 


70 


1,181 


2.05 




419 


21 


7.5 


16 


0.36 


15 


3,702 


11 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 


























St. Mary's 


36 


761 


2.14 




384 


22 


9.3 


3 


0.55 


1 


3,697 


13 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 


























Ceci 1 


35 


693 


2.55 




447 


18 


7.5 


15 


0.44 


5 


3,342 


20 


Kent 


11 


233 


2.00 




455 


15 


9.0 


6 


0.43 


6 


3,962 


5 


Caroline 


12 


220 


2.31 




J63 


23 


7.4 


17 


0.52 


3 


3,076 


24 


Talbot 


15 


605 


1.01 




486 


14 


8.2 


11 


0.22 


22 


3,768 


10 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 


























Dorchester 


15 


350 


2.24 




454 


16 


6.4 


20 


0.45 


4 


3,699 


12 


Wicomico 


38 


793 


1.85 




445 


20 


5.7 


22 


0.40 


10 


3,361 


19 


Worcester 


35 


1,367 


1.49 




1,031 


2 


6.3 


21 


0.23 


21 


4,189 


4 


Somerset 


8 


179 


1.90 




304 


24 


7.6 


14 


0.42 


8 


3,278 


21 



Note: Figures may not add due to rounding. 

(1) In many instances operating budget figures reflect expenditures for debt reduction on capital projects, but they 
generally exclude special funds and transfers to capital budgets. 

(2) Figures represent appropriations rather than expenditures. (3) Total of County figures. (4) State tax rate. 

Source: M-nyland Association of Counties, Fiscal 1986-87 County Budgets, Tax Rates apd Selected Statistics. 

Maryland Department of Fiscal Services, Division of Fiscal Research, data for per capita tax revenue and 
transfer revenue derived from Local Government Finances in Maryland, Fiscal Years 1986 and 1981. 
Maryland State Department of Education, The Fact Book 1986-1987. 



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1 

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i 



No. 5 
MARYLAND POPULATION GROWTH: 1 790 1980 









INCREASE 


OVER 








RANKING 


PRECEDING 


CENSUS 


POPULATION 






AMONG 
STATES 






DENSITY 
PEOPLE/ SQ. MI. 


YEAR 


POPULATION 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


1980 


4,216,941* 


18 


293,044 


7.5 


428.7 


1970 


3,923,89/ 


18 


823,208 


26.6 


396.7 


1960 


3,100,689 


21 


7 5 7,688 


32.3 


314.0 


1950 


2,343,001 


24 


521,75/ 


28.6 


237.1 


1940 


1,821,244 


28 


189,718 


11.6 


184.2 


1930 


1,631,526 


28 


181,865 


12.5 


165.0 


1920 


] ,449,661 


28 


154,315 


11.9 


145.8 


1910 


1,295,346 


27 


107,302 


9.0 


130.3 


1900 


1,188,044 


26 


145,654 


14.0 


120.8 


1890 


1,042,390 


27 


107,447 


11.5 


106.0 


1880 


934,943 


23 


154,049 


19.7 


95.0 


1870 


780,894 


20 


93,845 


13.7 


79.4 


1860 


687,049 


19 


104,015 


17.8 


69.8 


1850 


583,034 


17 


113,015 


24.0 


59.3 


1840 


470,019 


15 


22,979 


5.1 


47.8 


1830 


447,040 


11 


39,690 


9.7 


45.4 


1820 


407,350 


10 


26,804 


7.0 


41.4 


1810 


380,546 


8 


38,998 


11.4 


38.7 


1800 


341,548 


7 


21,820 


6.8 


34.7 


1790 


319,728 


6 


-- 


- 


32.5 



♦Figures reflect corrections to the Census counts made subsequent to the 
release of the official figures. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Current 
Population Reports, Series P-26 84-52-C, issued March 1985; 
Statistical Abstract of the United States, 1985 and 1962 
editions; State and Metropolitan Area Data Book, 1982; 
Thirteenth Census of the United States: Abstract of the 
Census, 1976. 



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MO. 6 

RESIDENT POPULATION OF THE 50 STATES AMD THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, JULY 1, 1986 

AND PROJECTION 1995* 

RANK BY PERCENTAGE CHANGE 19/0-1980 

(IN THOUSANDS) 





PERCENT 






PERCENT 






CHANGE 


JULY 1, 1986 


APRIL 1, 1980 


CHANGE 


PROJECTIOl 


JURISDICTION 


1970-1980 


PROVISIONAL 


(CENSUS) 


1980-1986 


1995 


United Stu 


11.4 


241,0/8 


226,546 


6.4 


259,619 


■ la 


63.6 


963 


801 


20.2 


1,198 


Ar i r.ona 


51.1 


3,317 


2,717 


22.1 


4,218 


Florida 


•13.5 


11,675 


9,747 


19.8 


14,189 


Wyoming 


41.6 


507 


470 


7.9 


495 


Dtafa 


38.0 


1,665 


1,461 


14.0 


1,893 


Idaho 


32.4 


1,003 


944 


6.3 


1,034 


Alaska 


32.7 


534 


402 


32.8 


636 


Colorado 


30.8 


3,26/ 


^,890 


13.0 


3,637 


New Mexico 


28.1 


1,4/9 


1,303 


13.5 


1,309 


Texas 


27.1 


16,6S2 


14,226 


17.3 


19,012 


Oregon 


25.9 


2,698 


2,633 


2.5 


2,323 


ikiWdll 


25.3 


1,062 


965 


10.1 


1,243 


New Hampshire 


24.8 


1,027 


921 




1,251 


Washington 


21.1 


4,463 


4,132 


8.0 


4,841 


South Carolina 


20.5 


3,378 


3,123 


8.2 


3,740 


Georgia 


19.1 


6,104 


5,463 


11.7 


7,338 


Arkansas 


18.9 


2,372 


2,286 


3.8 


2,482 


California 


18.5 


26,981 


23,668 


14.0 


31,463 


Oklahoma 


18.2 


3,305 


3,025 


9.3 


3,318 


Tennessee 


16.9 


4,803 


4,591 


4.6 


5,135 


North Carolina 


15.7 


6,331 


5,880 


7.7 


7,106 


Louisianna 


15.4 


4,501 


4,206 


7.0 


4,5i7 


Virginia 


15.0 


5,/87 


5,347 


8.2 


6,551 


Vermont 


14.8 


541 


511 


5.9 


579 


Mississippi 


13.7 


2,625 


2,521 


1.1 


2,792 


Kentucky 


13.7 


3,728 


3,660 


1.9 


,<'45 


Montana 


13.4 


819 


78/ 


4.1 


798 


Maine 


13.2 


1,174 


1,125 


4.4 


1,247 


Alabama 


13.1 


4,053 


3,894 


4.1 


4,307 


West Virginia 


11.8 


L,919 


i,950 


-1.6 


1,786 


Delaware 


8.4 


633 


594 


6.6 


702 


MARYLAND 


7.5 


4,463 


1,217 


5.8 


5,025 


Mirinesota 


7.1 


1,214 


4,076 


3.4 


4,426 


•isin 


6.5 


1,785 


4,706 


1.7 


4,311 


Nebraska 


5.7 


1,598 


1,570 


1.8 


1,574 


Indiana 


5.7 




5,490 


0.3 


5,545 


North Dakota 


5.7 


679 


653 




643 


Missouri 


5.1 


5,u66 


1,917 


3.0 


5,304 


Kansas 


5.1 


.^,461 


2,364 


4.i 


^,515 


Michi . 


4.3 


9,145 


9,262 


-1.3 


9,318 


South Dakota 


3.8 


708 


691 


2.5 


711 


I'lWd 


3.2 


. 151 


2,914 


-2.2 


2,652 


Illinois 


2.9 


11,553 


11,427 


1.1 


11,625 


rsey 


2.7 


7,620 


7,365 


3.5 


8,252 


ecticot 


2.5 


189 


3,108 


2.6 


3,376 




1.3 


10,752 


10,793 


-0.4 


10,742 


Massachusetts 


0.8 


5,832 


5,737 


1.7 


,<35 


ylvania 


0.5 


,«89 


11,865 


0.2 


11,689 




-0.3 


975 


947 


3.0 


1,029 


•• - 


-3.7 


17,772 


17,558 


1.2 


17,886 


lumbit 


i -1' . 






- 


620 



;; based on a continuation of the 1970-1980 pattern. 
lulj 1st ostimatrr .rs succeeding the 1980 Census. 



It does not take into account 



Sournr: '-merce, I sus, Final Report PC [lj-Ai, 1-70, 

UllL' v? lease CB37-02, December 31, 1986 ( 7/1/66 provisional); 

. ■'' • t, Reports, juries P-25, No. 1017 (1995 projection). 



MIGRATION TO AMI) FROM MARYLAND: 197b- 1980 
BY STATE 



STATE 


FROM MARYLAND 


TO MARYIJUJD 


New England 






Maine 


2,774 


1,999 


New Hampshire 


2,418 


1,564 


Vermont 


1,314 


850 


Massachusetts 


9,817 


10,285 


Rhode Island 


1,664 


1,726 


Connecticut 


5,530 


7,082 


Middle Atlantic 






New York 


17,438 


36,254 


New Jersey 


14,343 


18,962 


Pennsylvania 


44,237 


38,733 


East North Central 






Ohio 


12,087 


11,143 


Indiana 


4,478 


3,708 


Illinois 


8,497 


7,911 


Michigan 


7,249 


6,137 


Wisconsin 


2,863 


2,308 


West North Central 






Minnesota 


2,724 


1,472 


Iowa 


1,515 


1,239 


Missouri 


4,077 


3,723 


North Dakota 


638 


331 


South Dakota 


540 


374 


Nebraska 


2,155 


1,149 


Kansas 


2,202 


2,269 


South Atlantic 






Delaware 


11,604 


10,891 


MARYLABD (internal flow) 


1,270,377 




District of Columbia 


22,599 


79,087 


Virginia 


73,785 


47,819 


West Virginia 


17,364 


6,356 


North Carolina 


22,122 


12,052 


South Carolina 


9,226 


5,105 


Georgia 


11,687 


6,764 


Florida 


52,902 


17,230 


East Sooth Central 






Kentucky 


3,881 


2,984 


Tennessee 


7,328 


4,013 


Alabama 


4,287 


3,490 


Mississippi 


3,176 


1,5/0 


West South Central 






Arkansas 


2,313 


1,268 


Louisiana 


4,076 


2,042 


Oklahoma 


3,646 


1,441 


Texas 


20,632 


9,736 


Mountain 






Montana 


958 


254 


Idaho 


959 


404 


Wyoming 


688 


284 


Colorado 


7,880 


3,845 


New Mexico 


2,165 


1,409 


Arizona 


6,268 


2,201 


Utah 


1,879 


1,245 


Nevada 


1,611 


592 


Pacific 






Washington 


6,567 


3,529 


Oregon 


2,170 


889 


California 


31,685 


21,707 


Alaska 


1,160 


1,356 


Hawaii 


3,291 


2,934 


MARYLAND TOTAL 


486,469 


411,716 


Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the 


Census, 1980 


Census of Population, 


Supplementary Report 


PC80-S1-9, 



issued March 1983. 

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NO. 6 

RESIDENT POPULATION OK THE SO STATES AJID THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, JULY 1, 1986 

AM) PROJECTION 199b* 

RANK BY PERCENTAGE CHANGE 1970-1980 

(IN THOUSANDS) 





PERCENT 






PERCENT 






GIANGE 


JULY 1, 1986 


APRIL 1, 1980 


CHANGE 


PROJECTION 


JURISDICTION 


1970-1980 


PROVISIONAL 


(CENSUS) 


1980-1986 


1995 


1 States 


11.4 


241,078 


226,546 


6.4 


259,619 


Nevada 


63.6 


963 


801 


20.2 


1,198 


Ar i zona 


53.1 


3,317 


2,717 


22.1 


4,218 


Florida 


•13.5 


11,675 


9,747 


19.8 


14,189 


Wyoming 


41.6 


507 


470 


7.9 


495 


Utah 


38.0 


1,665 


1,461 


14.0 


1,893 


Idaho 


32.4 


1,003 


944 


6.3 


1,034 


. ka 


32.7 


534 


402 


32.8 


636 


Colorado 


30.8 


3,267 


2,890 


13.0 


3,637 


New Mexico 


28.1 


1,479 


1,303 


13.5 


1,309 




27.1 


16,682 


14,226 


17.3 


19,012 


Oregon 


25.9 


2,698 


2,633 


2.5 


2,828 


ll.JWdl J 


25.3 


1,062 


965 


10.1 


1,243 


New Hampshire 


24.8 


1,027 


921 


11.5 


1,251 


Washington 


21.1 


4,463 


4,132 


8.0 


4,841 


South Carolina 


20.5 


3,378 


3,123 


8.2 


3,740 


Georgia 


19.1 


6,104 


5,463 


11.7 


7,338 


Arkansas 


18.9 


2,372 


2,286 


3.8 


2,482 


California 


18.5 


26,981 


23,668 


14.0 


31,463 


Oklahoma 


18. 2 


3,305 


3,025 


9.3 


3,318 


Tennessee 


16.9 


4,803 


4,591 


4.6 


5,135 


N< >r I h Carolina 


15.7 


6,331 


5,880 


7.7 


7,106 


Louisianna 


15.4 


4,501 


4,206 


7.0 


4,5j7 


Virginia 


. 


5,787 


'.,347 


8.2 


6,551 


Vermont 


14.8 


541 


511 


5.9 


579 


Mississippi 


13.7 


2,625 


2,521 


4.1 


2,792 


Kentucky 


13.7 


3,728 


3,660 


1.9 


3,745 


Montana 


13.4 


819 


787 


4.1 


798 


Maine 


13.2 


1,174 


1,125 


4.4 


1,247 


Alabama 


13.1 


4,053 


3,894 


4.1 


4,307 


.' 1 1 g i n i a 


11.8 


1,919 


1,950 


-1.6 


1,786 


Delaware 




633 


594 


6.6 


702 


MARYLAND 


7.5 


4,463 


4,217 


5.8 


5,025 


Minnesota 


7.1 


1,214 


4,076 


3.4 


4,426 


:isin 


6.5 


4,785 


4,706 


1.7 


4,811 


Nebraska 


5.7 


1,598 


1,570 


1.8 


1,574 


Indiana 


5.7 


5,504 


5,490 


0.3 


5,545 


North Oakota 


5.7 


679 


653 


4.0 


643 


u . . iiiri 


5.1 


5,u66 


4,917 


3.0 


5,304 


Kansas 


5.1 


2,461 


2,364 


4.1 


2,515 


Michigan 


4.3 


9,145 


9,262 


-1.3 


9,318 


Dakota 


3.8 


708 


691 


2.5 


711 




3.2 


2,851 


2,914 


-2.2 


2,652 


Illinois 


2.9 


11,553 


11,427 


1.1 


11,625 


'■• - rsey 


2.7 


7,620 


7,365 


3.5 


8,252 


■cticut 


2.5 


;89 


3,108 


2.6 


3,376 






10,752 


10,793 


-0.4 


10,742 


Massachusetts 


0.8 


5,832 


5,737 


1.7 


. -35 


vlvania 


0.5 


,889 


11,865 


0.2 


11,689 




-0.3 


975 


947 


3.0 


1,029 


N - -irk 




w, ; 


17,558 


. 


17,886 


DLsti .lurnbia 


-15. 






-1.9 





a based on a continuation of the 1970-1980 pattern. 
■tor years succeeding the 1980 Census. 



It does not take into account 



Sourer : 



|J -^ -Tnerce, Bureau ol the Census, Final Report PC il)-Al, 1970, 

U"i'' Please CB87-02, December 31, 1986 ( 7/1/66 provisional); 

' urrent Population Reports, Scries P-25, No. 1017 (1995 projection). 



No. / 

MIGRATION TO AND FROH MARYLAND: 1975-1980 
BY STATE 



STATE 


FROM MARYLAND 


TO MARYLAND 


New England 






Maine 


2,774 


1,999 


New Hampshire 


2,418 


1,564 


Vermont 


1,314 


850 


Massachusetts 


9,817 


10,285 


Rhode Island 


1,664 


1,726 


Connecticut 


5,530 


7,082 


Middle Atlantic 






New York 


17,438 


36,254 


New Jersey 


14,343 


18,962 


Pennsylvania 


44,237 


38,733 


East North Central 






Ohio 


12,087 


11,143 


Indiana 


4,478 


3,708 


Illinois 


8,497 


7,911 


Michigan 


7,249 


6,137 


Wisconsin 


2,863 


2,308 


West North Central 






Minnesota 


2,724 


1,472 


Iowa 


1,515 


1,239 


Missouri 


4,077 


3,723 


North Dakota 


638 


331 


South Dakota 


540 


374 


Nebraska 


2,155 


1,149 


Kansas 


2,202 


2,269 


South Atlantic 






Delaware 


11,604 


10,891 


MARYLAND (internal flow) 


1,270,377 




District of Columbia 


22,599 


79,087 


Virginia 


73,785 


47,819 


West Virginia 


17,364 


6,356 


North Carolina 


22,122 


12,052 


South Carolina 


9,226 


5,105 


Georgia 


11,687 


6,764 


Florida 


52,902 


17,230 


East South Central 






Kentucky 


3,881 


2,984 


Tennessee 


7,328 


4,013 


Alabama 


4,287 


3,490 


Mississippi 


3,176 


1,5/0 


West South Central 






Arkansas 


2,313 


1,268 


Louisiana 


4,076 


2,042 


Oklahoma 


3,646 


1,441 


Texas 


20,632 


9,736 


Mountain 






Montana 


958 


254 


Idaho 


959 


404 


Wyoming 


688 


284 


Colorado 


7,880 


3,845 


New Mexico 


2,165 


1,409 


Arizona 


6,268 


2,201 


Utah 


1,879 


1,245 


Nevada 


1,611 


592 


Pacific 






Washington 


6,567 


3,529 


Oregon 


2,170 


889 


California 


31,685 


21,707 


Alaska 


1,160 


1,356 


Hawaii 


3,291 


2,934 


MARYLAND TOTAL 


486,469 


411,716 


Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the 


Census, 1980 


Census of Population, 


Supplementary Report 


PC80-S1-9, 



issued March 1983. 

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No. 8 

POPULATION: STATE OK MARYIJUCD AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS, 

JULY 1, 1985 ESTIMATE AND 1995 PROJECTION 
RANK BY HBCBR OK OIANCE: APRIL 1, 1970 TO APRIL 1, 1980 





POPULATION 






PERCENT 


POPULATTOl 


POLITICAL 


ESTIMATE 






CHANGE 


PROJECT! OM 


SUBDIVISION 


JULY 1, 1985 


APRIL 1, 1980 


APRIL 1, 19/0 


1980/1970 


1995 


MARYLAND 


4,392,450 


4,216,941* 


3,923,897* 


7.5 


4,853,800 


BALTIMORE MSA 












Bait imore City 


755,4/0 


786,741* 


905,787 


-13.1 


729,600 


Anne Arundel 


397,780 


370,775 


298,042 


24.4 


449,300 


Halt unore Cnty 


665,040 


655,615 


620,409 


5.7 


698,000 


Carroll 


108,000 


96,356 


69,006 


39.6 


131,500 


Harford 


153,310 


145,930 


115,378 


26.5 


175,200 


Howard 


143,130 


118,572 


62,394 


90.0 


196,100 


Queen Anne's 


28,670 


25,508 


18,422 


38.5 


36,700 


WASHINGTON, D.C.MSA: 












MARYLAND PORTION 












Montgomery 


643,890 


579,053 


522,809 


10.8 


760,000 


I'r J nee George's 


675,510 


665,071 


661,719 


0.5 


741,000 


Calvert 


41,480 


34,638 


20,682 


67.5 


55,500 


Charles 


85,470 


72,751 


47,678 


52.6 


111,200 


Frederick 


127,990 


114,792 


84,927 


35.2 


154,600 


WESTERN MARYLAND 












Allegany 


75,330 


30,548 


84,044 


-4.2 


73,300 


Garrett 


26,440 


26,498 


21,476 


23.4 


28,400 


Washington 


113,720 


113,086 


103,829 


8.9 


120,100 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 












S t . Mary ' s 


65,690 


59,895 


47,388 


26.4 


77,600 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 












Cecil 


65,600 


60,430 


53,291 


13.4 


73,500 


Kent 


16,830 


lb, 695 


16,146 


3.4 


17,100 


Caroline 


23,900 


23,143 


19,781 


17.0 


25,600 


Talbot 


26,940 


25,604 


23,682 


8.1 


29,700 


I.OWER EASTERN SHORE 












Dorchester 


29,850 


30,623 


29,405 


4.1 


30,250 


Wicomico 


68,150 


64,540 


54,236 


19.0 


76,400 


Worcester 


35,150 


30,889 


24,442 


26.4 


40,800 


Somerset 


19,110 


19,188 


18,924 


1.4 


22,350 



•Figures reflect corrections to the Census counts made subsequent to the release of the 
official figures. 

Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for Health 

Statistics, Maryland Population Report Estimates for July i, 1985 and Projections Lo 

1990, issued May 1987 (July 1, 1985 data to appear in the Bureau of the Census 

report, Series P-26, No. 85-MD-C). 

U.S. Department of commerce, Bureau of the Census, PHC 80-V-22, Maryland (1970 count 

revisions). 

Maryland Department of State Planning, Office of Planning Data, Population 

Projections For Maryland Subdivisions (Revisions, September i987). 

NOTE: The 1995 projection for the State of Maryland shown in this table differs from 

the 1995 projection shown in other tables in this publication due to a difference 

in methodology. 



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No. 9 
mi'lHATlON DENSITY OK MARYLAND SUBDIVISIONS RANKED BY DENSITY: JULY 1, 1985 



SUBDIVISION 



LAND AREA 
IN SQ. Ml. 



ESTIMATED 

POPULATION 

FOR JULY 1, 198b 



POPULATION 

DENS I TY 
PEOPLE/Sy. MI. 



MARYIAND 



9,836.76 



4,392,450 



446.5 



BALTIMORE MSA 

Baltimore City 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore Cnty 
Carroll 
Harford 
Howard 
Queen Anne's 

WASHINGTON, O.C. MSA: 
MARYLAND PORTION 

Calvert 
Charles 
Frederick 
Montgomery 
Prince George's 

WESTERN MARYLAND 
Allegany 
Garrett 
Washington 



80.34 
4i3.37 
597.60 
451.98 
44/. 64 
251.00 
371.86 



213.23 
451.58 
662.72 

495.44 
487.01 



420.76 
656.83 
454.97 



755,470 

397, /80 
665,040 
108,000 
153,310 
143,130 
28,670 



41,480 

85,470 

127,990 

643,890 

675,510 



75,330 

26,440 

113,720 



9,403.4 
950.8 

1,112.9 

238.9 

342.5 

570.2 

77.1 



194.5 

189.3 

193. 1 

1,299.6 

1,387.1 



179.0 

40.3 

250.0 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 
St. Mary's 

UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 
Kent 

Carol ine 
Talbot 



372.54 



359.55 
278.34 
320.79 
258.62 



65,690 



65,600 
16,830 
23,900 
26,940 



176.3 



182 . 5 



60 

74 

104 



LOWER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 
Wicomico 
Worcester 
Somerset 



593.22 
379.10 
474.86 
338.41 



29,850 
68,150 
35,150 
19,110 



50.3 

179.8 

74.0 

56.5 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Geography 

Division, Computer Graphics Staff, 1981; Maryland Department of 
Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for Health Statistics, 
Maryland Population Report Estimates for July 1, 1985 and 
Projections to 1990, May 1987. 



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No. 10 



POPULATIGi OK INCORPORATED PLACES IX MARYLAND: JULY 1, 1984 









Population 










Change, 


1980 to 1984 






July 1, 1984 


April 1, 1980 












INCORPORATED PLACES 


COUNTIES 


(estimate) 


(census) 


Number 


Percent 


Aberdeen town 


Harford 


LI, 507 


11,533 


-26 


-0.2 


Accident town 


Garrett 


269 


246 


23 


9.3 


Annapolis city 


Anne Arundel 


31,898 


31,740 


158 


0.5 


Baltimore city 




763,570 


786,741 


-23,171 


-2.9 


Barclay town 


Queen Anne's 


132 


132 


- 


- 


Barnesville town 


Montgomery 


116 


141 


-25 


-17.7 


Barton Town 


Allegany 


612 


017 


-5 


-0.8 


Bel Air Town 


Harford 


/,955 


7,814 


141 


1.8 


Berlin town 


Worcester 


2,852 


2,162 


690 


31.9 


Berwyn Heights town 


Prince George's 


2,977 


3,135 


-158 


•5.0 


Better ton town 


Kent 


367 


356 


11 


3.1 


Bladensburg town 


Prince George's 


7,725 


7,691 


34 


0.4 


Roonsboro town 


Washington 


1,935 


1,908 


27 


1.4 


Bowie city 


Prince George's 


34,461 


33,695 


766 


2.3 


lin.'htwood town 


Prince George's 


3,139 


3,000 


139 


4.6 


Brookeville town 


Montgomery 


120 


120 


- 


- 


Brookview town 


Dorchester 


74 


78 


-4 


-5.1 


Brunswick town 


Frederick 


4,898 


4,572 


326 


7.1 


• tsville town 


Frederick 


221 


202 


19 


9.4 


Cambridge city 


Dorchester 


11,207 


11,703 


-496 


-4.2 


Capitol Heights town 


Prince George's 


3,729 


3,271 


458 


14.0 


Cecil ton town 


Cecil 


543 


508 


35 


6.9 


reville town 


Queen Anne's 


1,904 


2,018 


-114 


-5.6 


Charlestown town 


Cecil 


750 


720 


30 


4.2 


Chesapeake Beach town 


Calvert 


1,804 


1,408 


396 


28.1 


Chesapeake City town 


Cecil 


945 


899 


46 


5.1 


Chestertown town 


Kent 


3,191 


3,300 


-109 


-3.3 


Cheverly town 


Prince George's 


5,691 


5,751 


-60 


-1.0 


Chevy Chase Section Five village 


Montgomery 


631 


689 


-58 


-8.4 


Chevy Chase Section Three village 


Montgomery 


723 


781 


-58 


-7.4 


Chevy Chase town 


Montgomery 


2,395 


2,903 


-8 


-0.3 


Chevy Chase Village town 


Montgomery 


1,983 


2,118 


-135 


-6.4 


eek town 


Dorchester 


115 


124 


-9 


-7.3 


n Hill 1 W 


Queen Anne's 


303 


319 


-16 


-5.0 


Spring town 


Washington 


475 


477 


-2 


-0.4 




Prince George's 


22,569 


23,614 


-1,045 


-4.4 


ar Manor town 


Prince George's 


1,261 


1,286 


-25 


-1.9 


ty tow 


Prince George's 


1,060 


1,122 


-62 


-5.5 




Somerset 


2,782 


2,924 


-142 


-4.9 


Cuml- .{y 


Allegany 


24,090 


25,933 


-1,843 


-7.1 



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No. 10 



POPULATION OK IHCORPORATU) PLACES IN MARYLAND: JULY 1, 1984 (CONTU.) 









Population 










Change, 


1980 to 1984 






July 1, 1984 


April 1, 1980 












JNCORPORATED PLACES 


COUNTIES 


(estimate) 


(census) 


Number 


Percent 


Deer Park town 


Garrett 


571 


486 


85 


17.5 


Delmar town 


Wicomico 


1,323 


1,232 


91 


7.4 


Denton town 


Caroline 


1/333 


1,927 


6 


0.3 


District Heights city 


Prince George's 


6,821 


6,799 


22 


0.3 


Eagle Harbor town 


Prince George's 


53 


45 


8 


17.8 


East New Market town 


Dorchester 


226 


230 


-4 


-1.7 


Easton town 


Talbot 


8,336 


7,536 


800 


10.6 


Edmonston town 


Prince George's 


1,062 


1,109 


-47 


-4.2 


Eldorado town 


Dorchester 


76 


93 


■17 


-18.3 


Elkton town 


Cecil 


6,907 


6,468 


439 


6.8 


Eromitsburg town 


Frederick 


1,523 


1,552 


-29 


-1.9 


Fainnount Heights town 


Prince George's 


1,586 


1,616 


-30 


-1.9 


Federalsburg town 


Caroline 


2,004 


1,952 


52 


2.7 


Forest Heights town 


Prince George's 


2,953 


2,999 


-46 


-1.5 


Frederick city 


Frederick 


31,943 


28,086 


3,857 


13.7 


Friendsville town 


Garrett 


503 


511 


-8 


-1.6 


Frostburg city 


Allegany 


7,404 


7,715 


-311 


-4.0 


Fruitland city 


Wicomico 


2,999 


2,694 


305 


11.3 


Funkstown town 


Washington 


1,058 


1,103 


-45 


-4.1 


Gaithersburg city 


Montgomery 


29,548 


26,424 


3,124 


11.8 


Galena town 


Kent 


397 


374 


23 


6.1 


Galestown town 


Dorchester 


132 


142 


•10 


-7.0 


Garrett Park town 


Montgomery 


1,168 


1,178 


-10 


-0.8 


Glen Echo town 


Montgomery 


284 


229 


55 


24.0 


Glenarden town 


Prince George's 


4,418 


4,993 


-575 


-11.5 


Goldsboro Lown 


Caroline 


173 


188 


-15 


-8.0 


Grantsville town 


Garrett 


526 


498 


28 


5.6 


Greenbelt city 


Prince George's 


16,653 


17,332 


-679 


-3.9 


Greensboro town 


Caroline 


1,291 


1,253 


38 


3.0 


Hagerstown city 


Washington 


33,036 


34,132 


-1,096 


-3.2 


Hainpstead Lown 


Carroll 


1,330 


1,293 


37 


2.9 


Hancock town 


Washington 


1,843 


1,887 


-44 


-2.3 


Havre de Grace city 


Harford 


8,677 


8,763 


-86 


-1.0 


Hebron town 


Wicomico 


682 


714 


-32 


-4.5 


Henderson town 


Caroline 


168 


156 


12 


7.7 


Highland Beach town 


Anne Arundel 


11 


8 


3 


3/. 5 


Hiiisboro town 


Caroline 


207 


180 


27 


15.0 


Hurlock town 


Dorchester 


j,772 


1,690 


82 


4.9 


Hyattsville city 


Prince George's 


11,563 


12,709 


-1,146 


-9.0 


Indian Head town 


Charles 


1,247 


1,381 


-134 


-9.7 



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No. 10 



POPULATION OK INCORPORATED PUCES 1* MARYLAND: JUL? 1, 1984 (CCWTD.) 









Population 










Change, 


1980 to 1984 






July I, 1984 


April 1, 1980 












INCORPORATED PLACES 


COUNTIES 


(estimate) 


(census) 


K ml. r 


Percent 


Keedysville town 


Washington 


474 


476 


-2 


-0.4 


Kensington town 


Montgomery 


1,700 


1,822 


-122 


-6.7 


Kitzmillervilie town 


Garrett 


384 


387 


-5 


-0.8 


La Plata town 


Charles 


2,831 


2,484 


347 


14.0 


Landover Hills town 


Prince George's 


1,331 


1,428 


-9/ 


-6.8 


Laurel city 


Prince George's 


11,920 


12,103 


-183 


-1.5 


Laytonsville town 


Montgomery 


180 


195 


-15 


-7.7 


Leonardtown town 


St. Mary's 


1,478 


1,448 


30 


2.1 


Loch Lvnn Heights town 


Garrett 


560 


503 


5/ 


11.3 


Lonaconing town 


Allegany 


1,343 


1,420 


-77 


-5.4 


I.uke town 


Allegany 


301 


329 


-28 


-8.5 


Manchester town 


Carroll 


1,991 


1,830 


161 


8.8 


Mardela Springs town 


Wicomico 


303 


320 


-17 


-5.3 


Marydel town 


Caroline 


141 


152 


-11 


-7.2 


Middletown lowii 


Frederick 


i,826 


1.748 


78 


4.5 


Midland town 


Allegany 


585 


601 


16 


-2.7 


Millington town (pt. ) 


Kent 


460 


512 


-52 


-10.2 


Millington lown (pt.) 


Queen Anne's 


31 


34 


-3 


-8.8 


(igside town 


Prince George's 


1,300 


1,395 


-95 


-6.8 


Mount Airy town (pt . ) 


Carroll 


2,162 


1,910 


252 


13.2 


Mount Airy town (pt.) 


Frederick 


643 


540 


103 


19.1 


Mount Rainier city 


Prince George's 


7,625 


7,361 


264 


3.6 


Mountain Lake Park town 


Garrett 


1,745 


1,597 


148 


9.3 


Myersville town 


Frederick 


426 


432 


-6 


.4 


Hen Carrollton city 


Prince George's 


12,401 


12,632 


-231 


-1.8 


N«--w Market town 


Frederick 


335 


306 


29 


9.5 


New Windsor town 


Carroll 


828 


799 


29 


3.6 


North Beach town 


Calvert 


2,179 


1,504 


675 


44.9 


b Brentwood town 


Prince George's 


558 


568 


-10 


-1.8 


North Fast town 


Cecil 


1,622 


1,469 


153 


10.4 


Oakland town 


Garrett 


1,909 


1,994 


-85 


-4.3 


Ocean City town 


Worcester 


6,086 


146 


1,140 


23.0 


rd town 


Talbot 


775 


754 


21 


2.8 


.•vi Lie town 


Cec i 1 


2,059 


2,018 


41 


2.0 


wn 


Wicomico 


496 


519 


-23 


-4.4 


:ty city 


Worcester 


3,543 


3,558 


-15 


-0.4 


•.;ville town 


Montgomery 


3,593 


,',28 


165 


4.8 


"eposit town 


Cecil 


718 


664 


54 


8.1 


' 


Charles 


44 


40 


4 


10.0 


- 






498 


-4 


-0 8 



(Continued on following page) 






No. 10 



POPULATION OK INCORPORATED PLACES: JUL? 1, 1984 (CONT'D.) 









Population 










Change, 


1980 to 1984 






July 1, 1984 


April 1, 1980 












lliCORPORATED PLACES 


COUNTIES 


(estimate) 


(census) 


Number 


Percent 


Princess Anne town 


Somerset 


1,502 


1,499 


3 


0.2 


Queen Anne town (pt.) 


Talbot 


111 


128 


-17 


-13.3 


Queen Anne town (pt.) 


Queen Anne's 


154 


131 


23 


17.6 


Queenstown town 


Queen Anne's 


-/ j(j 


491 


59 


12.0 


Ridgely town 


Caroline 


896 


933 


-37 


-4.0 


Rising Sun town 


Cecil 


1,311 


1,160 


151 


13.0 


Rivordale town 


Prince George's 


4,908 


4,761 


147 


3.1 


Rock Hall town 


Kent 


1,566 


1,511 


55 


3.6 


Rockville city 


Montgomery 


45,065 


43,811 


1,254 


2.9 


Rosenont town 


Frederick 


334 


305 


29 


9.5 


Salisbury city 


Wicomico 


16,696 


16,429 


267 


1.6 


Seat Pleasant city 


Prince George's 


4,723 


5,217 


-494 


-9.5 


Secretary town 


Dorchester 


494 


487 


7 


1.4 


Sharpsburg town 


Washington 


787 


721 


66 


9.2 


Sharptown town 


Wicomico 


630 


654 


-24 


-3.7 


Smithsburg town 


Washington 


818 


833 


-15 


-1.8 


Snow Hill town 


Worcester 


2,068 


2,192 


-124 


-5.7 


Somerset town 


Montgomery 


1,052 


1,101 


-49 


-4.5 


St. Michaels town 


Talbot 


1,338 


1,301 


37 


2.8 


Sudlersville town 


Queen Anne's 


427 


443 


-16 


-3.6 


Sykesvilie town 


Carroll 


1,932 


1,712 


220 


12.9 


Takoma Park city (pt.) 


Montgomery 


10,500 


11,331 


-831 


-7.3 


Takoma Park city (pt.) 


Prince George's 


4,363 


4,900 


-537 


-11.0 


Taneytown city 


Carroll 


2,829 


2,618 


211 


8.1 


Templeville town (pt.) 


Caroline 


33 


36 


-3 


-8.3 


Templeville town (pt.) 


Queen Anne's 


63 


60 


3 


5.0 


Thurmont town 


Frederick 


2,969 


2,934 


35 


1.2 


Trappe town 


Talbot 


844 


739 


105 


14.2 


Union Bridge town 


Carroll 


1,089 


927 


162 


17.5 


University Park town 


Prince George's 


2,577 


2,536 


41 


1.6 


Upper Marlboro town 


Prince George's 


819 


828 


-9 


-1.1 


Vienna town 


Dorchester 


309 


300 


9 


3.0 


Walkersville town 


Frederick 


2,440 


2,212 


228 


10.3 


Washington Grove town 


Montgomery 


716 


527 


189 


35.9 


Westernport town 


Allegany 


2,651 


2,706 


-55 


-2.0 


Westminster city 


Carroll 


9,512 


8,808 


704 


8.0 


Wiilards town 


Wicomico 


531 


540 


-9 


-1.7 


Williamsport town 


Washington 


1,948 


2,153 


-205 


-9.5 


Woodsboro town 


Frederick 


541 


506 


35 


6.9 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports, 
Local Population Estimates, Series P-26, No. 84-S-SC. 



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No. 11 



KTHMlc CHARACTERISTICS OK THE POPULATI01 OK MARYLAND: 1980 



NATIVITY AND CITI7.ENSHIP 



TOTAI. PERSONS 


4,211 


'• 


4,021,394 


Foreign Born 


195,581 


iralized Citizen 


96,564 


Not a Citizen 


99,017 



COUNTRY Of BIRTH 



Foreign Born Persons 


195,581 


Asia 
China 




57,168 
5,476 


F.urupe 


69,209 


India 




7,610 


Austria 


1,702 


Japan 




3,204 


Czechoslovakia 


1,675 


Korea 




12,444 


France 


2,819 


Philippines 




. 576 


'<• rmany 


16,465 


Vietnam 




3,947 


Greece 


5,865 








Hungary 


1,786 


North and Central America 


28,529 


Ireland 


1,995 


Canada 




6,653 


Italy 


8,593 


Mexico 




1,074 


Netherlands 


1,381 


West Indies 




15,403 


Poland 


5, 


Cuba 




3,387 


Portugal 


876 


Dominican 


Republican 


665 


Sweden 


G83 


Jamaica 




5,382 


United Kingdom 


11,592 








England 


7, 


South America 




13,294 


Northern Ireland 


232 


North Africa 




1,721 


land 


1,909 


Other Africa 




5,680 


OS 


200 








Yugoslavia 


707 


All Other Countries 


1,225 


S.R. 


7,641 


Country Not Rt 


sported 


. .14 



YKJAR OK IWIGRATION 



Foreign Born Persons 


195,581 


1975 to 1980 


50,332 


1970 to 1974 


35,901 


to 1969 


25,758 


1960 to 1964 


17,735 


1950 to 


26,515 




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No. 13 
I1JPUUT10N, STATE OK MARYLAND, PERCENT CHANGE BY RACE: APRIL 1, 1970 TO APRIL 1, 1980 



POPULATION BY RACE 



PERCENT CHANGE 1980/70 



1980 CENSUS 



PERCENT OK TOTAL 



1970 CENSUS 



PERCENT OK TOTAL 



SUBDIVISION 



WHITE BUCK OTHER 



WHIT>: BLACK OTHER 



WHITE BLACK OTHER 



MARYI.ANI) 



■1.1 



36.6 



256.6 



74.9 



22.7 



2.4 



31.4 



17.9 



BALTIMORE USA 








halt [more Citj 


-28.1 


2.6 


84.0 


Arundel 


22.5 


28.8 


238.5 


Baltimore Cnty 


-1.5 


175.9 


356.0 


ill 


40.4 


3.8 


388.1 


Harford 


24.8 


29.2 


249.1 


Howard 


79.2 


177.1 


930.7 


Queen Anne's 


53.9 


-11.0 


900.0 


WASHINGTON, D.C. USA: 








MARYIJUTO PORTION 








Calv. 


106.3 


0.0 


500.0 


Charles 


67.9 


9.8 


181.7 


Frederick 


36.4 


7.0 


378.1 


Montgomery 


.3 


135.5 


348.0 


Prince George's 


-30.3 


169.9 


254.0 


WESTERN MARYLAND 








Allegany 


-4.5 


8.4 


116.2 


Garrett 


23.4 


-45.5 


273.1 


Washington 


7.8 


25.4 


243.2 


SOUTHERN MARYIJUfD 








SI . Ka 


28.1 


13.5 


116.0 



UPPER EASTERN SHORE 



• 


13.2 




32.3 


Kent 


6.1 


-7.1 


368.0 




21.6 


-2.7 


350.0 




14.2 


-10.4 


265.0 


l/JUER EASTERN SHORE 










. 


0.0 


197.9 


Wicomico 


17.1 


22.4 


479.5 


Woro. 


37.8 


1.0 


600.0 


;et 




-6.7 


954.5 



43.9 


54.8 


1.3 


86.6 


11.6 


1.8 


90.0 


8.2 


1.7 


96.3 


2.9 


.7 


90.0 


8.3 


1.7 


35.5 


11.7 


2.8 


83.4 


16.0 


.6 



77.2 


22.2 


.6 


78.1 


20.3 


1.7 


93.7 


5.5 


.8 


85.6 


8.8 


5.7 


58.9 


37.3 


3.9 


98.0 


1.6 


.4 


99.4 


.2 


.4 


95.1 


4.2 


.7 



82.4 



15.9 



94.0 


5.3 


77.2 


22.1 


82.7 


16.9 


78.4 


21.3 


69.9 


29.7 


77.4 


21.8 


73.1 


26.2 


M . 8 


34 . 6 



1.7 



53.0 


46.4 


88.1 


11.2 


96.4 


3.1 


95.8 


4.0 


91.2 


8.2 


91.4 


8.1 


75.0 


24.9 



81.3 



17.7 



94.2 


5.2 


75.3 


24.5 


79.6 


20.3 


74.2 


25.7 


68.9 


30.9 


78.6 


21.2 


67.1 


32.8 


62.4 


37.6 



62.6 


37.2 


.2 


70.9 


28.2 


.9 


92.8 


7.0 


.2 


94.5 


4.1 


1.4 


85.0 


13.9 


1.1 


98.4 


1.4 


.2 


99.4 


.5 


.1 


96.1 


3.6 


.2 



1.0 



Sourer: Maryland Department of State Planning, 1980 Census Profile, Population and Housing Characteristics 
for Maryland Counties, January, 1982. (1980 Census Summary Tape File 1 and 1970 First Count Tape 
Fi; 






No. 14 

PERSONS BY DETAILED RACK Mil) HY SPANISH URIC IN: 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 



1'lttO 











paras 
















RACK 














AMKRICAN 


ASIAN 














INDIAN, 


AND 














ESKIMO, 


PACIFIC 




SPANISH 


SUBDIVISIOII 


TOTAL 


WHITE 


BLACX 


AND ALEUT 


ISUNDKK 


OTHER"' 


ORIGIN'"'' 


MARYLAND 


4,216,941* 


3,158,838 


958,150 


8,021 


64,278 


27,688 


64,746 


BALTIMORE MSA 
















Baltimore City 


786,741* 


345,113 


431, 151 


2,108 


4,949 


3,454 


7,638 


Anne Arundel 


370,775 


321,203 


42,860 


699 


4,196 


1,817 


4,595 


Baltimore Cnty 


655,615 


590,283 


53,955 


773 


8,524 


2,080 


*1 


Carroll 


%,356 


92,818 


2,840 


75 


414 


209 


545 


Harford 


145,930 


131,347 


12,167 


292 


1,307 


817 


1,751 


Howard 


118,572 


101,354 


13,899 


187 


2,285 


847 


1,484 


Oueen Anne's 


25,508 


21,278 


4,080 


15 


42 


93 


227 


WASHIBGTOB, D.C. USA: 
















MARYLAND PORTTOS 
















Calvert 


34,638 


26,733 


7,689 


45 


106 


65 


260 


Charles 


72,751 


56,787 


14,736 


478 


491 


259 


940 


Frederick 


il4,792 


107,511 


6,344 


107 


546 


284 


826 


Montgomery 


579,053 


495,485 


50,756 


980 


22,790 


9,042 


22,790 


Prince George's 


665,071 


391,427 


247,860 


1,685 


16,515 


7,584 


14,421 


WESTERS MARYLAND 
















Allegany 


80,548 


78,942 


1,299 


31 


175 


101 


345 


Garrett 


26,498 


26,340 


61 


22 


52 


23 


101 


Washington 


113,086 


107,555 


4,752 


103 


426 


250 


665 


SOOTHERS MARYLAND 
















St. Mary's 


59,895 


49,357 


9,540 


134 


602 


262 


812 


UPPER EASTERS SHORE 
















Cecil 


60,430 


56,825 


3,204 


91 


206 


104 


404 


Kent 


16,695 


12,895 


3,683 


21 


31 


65 


182 


Caroline 


23,143 


19,138 


3,915 


26 


30 


34 


172 


Talbot 


25,604 


20,082 


5,449 


11 


52 


10 


133 


LOWER EASTERS SHORE 
















Dorchester 


30,623 


21,394 


9,086 


16 


71 


56 


293 


Wicomico 


64,540 


49,945 


14,085 


67 


344 


99 


408 


Worcester 


30,889 


22,593 


8,100 


36 


79 


81 


235 


Somerset 


19,188 


12,433 


6,639 


19 


45 


52 


125 



* Reflects corrections to the Census counts made subsequent to the release of the official figures. 
Not available by race. 

0> Includes Asian and Pacific Islander groups not identified seperately, e.g. Cambodian, Indochinese, 
Pakistani, Indonesian, Fiji Islander and other races not included in the specific categories 
listed on the questionnaire. 

<: ° Persons of Spanish origin may be of any race. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Final Report PC80-1-B22, Maryland, 

General Population Characteristics; Current Population Reports, Series P-26, No. 84-52-C, 
issued March 1985. 



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m. 15 

HAKYIJUJD POPULATION BY SKI AND RACE 
AND DETAILED AGE GROUP: JULY 1, 1985 



IGI 



TOTAL 



HALE 



rvMUt. 



hai>; 



WHITE 



ALL OTHER 
RACES 



KEHALE 



WHITE 



ALL OTHER 
RACES 



All 



4,392,450 2, 124,540 2,267,910 1,590,520 



534,020 



1,679,880 



588,030 



Under 1 


65,910 


33,810 


32,100 


22,700 


11,110 


21,400 


10,700 


1 - 4 


,650 


128,610 


129,040 


87,520 


41,090 


87,720 


41,320 


5 - 9 


289,330 


14/, 820 


141,510 


98,970 


48,850 


93,620 


47,890 


10 - 14 


305,480 


155,410 


150,070 


104,420 


50,990 


100,410 


49,660 


19 


397,470 


203,110 


•,360 


139,640 


63,470 


132,410 


61,950 


20 - 24 


383,710 


189,430 


194,280 


137,920 


51,510 


136,390 


57,890 


25 - 29 


389,680 


190,200 


199,480 


145,530 


44,670 


146,380 


53,100 


30 


362, 960 


176,570 


186,390 


136,380 


40,190 


137,910 


48,480 


39 


346,990 


168,540 


178,450 


129,280 


39,260 


132,650 


45,800 


40 - 44 


280,800 


138,550 


142,250 


107,240 


31,310 


107,530 


34,720 


4^ 


232,220 


114,160 


118,060 


88,570 


25,590 


89,920 


28,140 


'.0 - 54 


214,340 


104,800 


109,540 


82,470 


22,330 


84,980 


24,560 




221,300 


104,380 


116,920 


85,570 


18,810 


95,120 


21,800 


60 - 64 


,100 


92,390 


103,710 


76,170 


16,220 


84,590 


19,120 




157,850 


68,770 


84,080 


5/, 670 


11,100 


70,090 


13,990 


70 - M 


117,720 


49,230 


68,490 


41,160 


8,070 


56,970 


11,520 


79 


83,020 


, '80 


52,040 


25,960 


5,020 


43,920 


8,120 


80 - 84 


52,310 


It,, 710 


35,600 


14,140 


2,570 


30,550 


5,050 




42,610 


11,070 


31,540 


9,210 


1,860 


27,320 


4,220 



3<»uio-: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for Health Statistics, 
Maryland Population Report Estimates for July 1, 1985 and Projections to 1990, May 1987 
(July 1, 1985 estimate to appear in the bureau of the Census report, Series P-26, No.85-MD-C), 






No. 16 

MUTE POPm-ATIOH OJ MARYLAND BY AGE GROUP: JULY 1, 1985 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 











WHITE 


POPUUTIOH BY AGE 






POLITICAL 














SUBDIVISION 


ALL AGES 


UNDER 1 


1 - 4 


5-17 


18-44 


45-64 


65+ 


MARYLAND 


3,270,400 


44,100 


175,240 


538,570 


1,448,110 


687,390 


376,990 


BALTIMORE MSA 
















Baltimore City 


318,350 


4,220 


16,780 


43,750 


123,480 


66,320 


63,800 


Anne Arundel 


348,030 


4,940 


19,420 


62,870 


164,100 


69,890 


26,810 


Baltimore Cnty 


593,670 


7,300 


29,000 


91,900 


252,840 


135,110 


77,520 


Carroll 


104,650 


1,570 


5,770 


19,250 


47,380 


20,120 


10,560 


Harford 


138,350 


1,890 


7,250 


26,540 


64,530 


27,560 


10,580 


Howard 


123,610 


1,840 


7,130 


22,610 


62,270 


22,790 


6,970 


Queen Anne's 


24,650 


330 


1,280 


4,200 


10,400 


5,530 


2,910 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
















MARYLAND PORTION 
















Calvert 


33,290 


470 


2,040 


7,020 


14,800 


6,220 


2,740 


Charles 


68,320 


1,050 


4,460 


15,850 


31,890 


11,130 


3,940 


Frederick 


120,820 


1,750 


7,130 


23,210 


55,350 


22,300 


11,080 


Montgomery 


540,050 


7,290 


29,300 


83,730 


243,690 


117,630 


58,410 


Prince George's 


362,670 


5,010 


20,560 


51,300 


175,190 


76,620 


33,990 


WESTERN MARYLAND 
















Allegany 


74,030 


840 


3,400 


12,090 


27,430 


17,440 


12,830 


Garrett 


26,370 


380 


1,570 


5,470 


10,430 


5,100 


3,420 


Washington 


107,350 


1,380 


5,140 


18,610 


44,310 


23,480 


14,430 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 
















St. Mary's 


55,420 


930 


3,780 


12,000 


25,800 


8,950 


3,960 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 
















Cecil 


62,110 


860 


3,430 


12,740 


26,450 


12,430 


6,200 


Kent 


13,340 


150 


620 


1,950 


5,250 


3,010 


2,360 


Caroline 


19,930 


280 


980 


3,280 


8,140 


4,350 


2,900 


Talbot 


21,410 


240 


1,050 


3,040 


7,860 


5,090 


4,130 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 
















Dorchester 


21,190 


210 


890 


3,050 


7,970 


5,060 


4,010 


Wicomico 


53,010 


690 


2,520 


8,270 


23,040 


11,480 


7,010 


Worcester 


27,010 


320 


1,150 


3,850 


10,950 


6,630 


4,110 


Somerset 


12,770 


160 


590 


1,990 


4,560 


3,150 


2,320 



Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for Health Statistics, 
Maryland Population Report Estimates for July 1, 1985 and Projections to 1990, 
issued May 1987 (July 1, 1985 estimate to appear in the Bureau of the Census report, 
Series P-26, No. 85-MD-C). 



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*L>. 1/ 



ALL OTHER RACKS POPULATION IN MRYLAND BY AGE GROUP: 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 



JULY 1. 1985 









ALL OTHER RACES 


POPULATION BY 


AGE 




POLITICAL 














SUBDIVISION 


ALL AGES 


UNDER 1 


1 - 4 


5 - 17 


18 - 44 


45 - 64 


65+ 


■nun 


1,122,050 


21,810 


82,410 


262,340 


507,400 


176,570 


7i,520 


BALTIMORE USA 
















Baltimore City 


437,120 


8,610 


33,230 


95,220 


183,340 


77,830 


38,890 


Anne Arundel 


/50 


980 


3,970 


10,420 


23,050 


,^20 


3,410 


Baltimore Cnty 


71,370 


1,250 


4,640 


15,030 


37,050 


10,430 


2,970 


Carroll 


3,350 


50 


190 


680 


1,550 


540 


340 


Harford 


. <60 


280 


1,130 


3,550 


6,960 


..40 


900 


Howard 


19,520 


340 


1,290 


4,880 


3,070 


3,150 


790 


Queen Anne's 


4,020 


60 


280 


720 


1,450 


900 


610 


WASHINGTON, D.C. USA: 
















MARYLAND PORTION 
















Calvert 


ti,190 


150 


670 


1,880 


3,480 


1,330 


680 


Char les 


17,150 


350 


1,430 


4,410 


7,100 


J, 780 


1,080 


I Lck 


7,170 


170 


670 


1,730 


2,930 


1,070 


600 


Montgomery 


103,840 


2,100 


7,880 


31,970 


42,820 


14,750 


4,320 


Prince George's 


312,840 


6,090 


21,600 


76,510 


157,950 


41,830 


8,860 


WESTERN MARYLAND 
















Allegany 


1,300 


30 


110 


360 


440 


180 


180 




70 


- 


- 


30 


40 


- 


- 


Washington 


6,370 


100 


330 


670 


4,630 


350 


290 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 
















St. Mary's 


10,270 


220 


970 


2,810 


4,010 


i20 


840 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 
















Cecil 


3,490 


50 


220 


720 


1,710 


470 


320 


Kent 


3,490 


60 


200 


670 


."X) 


750 


520 


ine 


3,970 


80 


280 


770 


1,500 


820 


520 


Talbot 


30 


90 


400 


1,090 


2,030 


1,050 


870 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 
















Dorchester 


8,660 


160 


580 


2,010 


3,170 


1,610 


1,130 


Wicomico 


15,140 


310 


1,240 


3,280 


6,020 


2,680 


1,610 


• 


.40 


170 


690 


1,710 


3,100 


1,470 


1,000 


Somerset 


40 


110 


410 


1,220 


2,710 


1,100 


790 


(-) Represents a population of zero 


or a populat 


ion too small to estimate. 







Sourer: 



Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center of Health Statistics, 
Maryland l opuldtion Keport Estimates for July I, 1985 and Projections to 1990. Nay 1987 
(.July 1, 1985 estimate to appear in the Bureau of the Census report, Series P-26, 
Ho. 85-HI 

-38- 



Nu. 18 

MARRIAGE BY RESIDENT STATUS AND TYPE OF CEREMONY, BY POUTLCAL 
SUBDIVISION OK OCCURRENCE: 1984 







MARRIAGES BY 


RESIDENCE' 


i > 


TYPE 


OF CEREMONY 








MARYLAND 












POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION OF 




RESIDENTS 1 " 


NON-RESIDENTS* J> 


RELIGIOUS 


CIVIL 


















(X'CURRENCE 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


MARYLAND 


4/, 193 


38,063 


9,130 


19.3 


29,939 


17,254 


36.6 


BALTIMORE MSA 


20,938 


19,358 


1,580 


7.5 


14,595 


6,343 


30.3 


Baltimore City 


6,682 


6,385 


297 


4.4 


4,601 


2,081 


31.1 


Anne Arundel 


4,063 


3,672 


391 


9.6 


2,912 


1,151 


28.3 


Baltimore County 


6,069 


5,705 


364 


6.0 


4,516 


1,553 


25.6 


Carroll 


1,078 


898 


180 


16.7 


718 


360 


33.4 


Harford 


1,597 


1,310 


287 


18.0 


963 


634 


39.7 


Howard 


1,449 


1,388 


61 


4.2 


885 


564 


38.9 


Oueen Anne's 


191 


182 


9 


4.7 


147 


44 


23.0 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
















MARYLAND PORTION 
















Montgomery 


7,100 


5,576 


1,524 


21.5 


4,553 


2,547 


35.9 


Prince George's 


6,396 


5,558 


838 


1.5.2 


3,645 


2,751 


43.0 


Calvert 


294 


284 


10 


3.4 


214 


80 


71.2 


Charles 


769 


632 


77 


10.0 


443 


326 


42.4 


Frederick 


1,207 


1,052 


i55 


12.8 


850 


357 


29.6 


WESTERN MARYLAND 
















Allegany 


1 ,087 


675 


412 


37.9 


667 


420 


38.6 


Garrett 


850 


240 


610 


71.8 


372 


478 


56.2 


Washington 


1,331 


] ,061 


770 


42. J 


955 


876 


47.8 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 
















St. Mary's 


579 


552 


27 


4.7 


335 


244 


42.1 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 
















Cecil 


3,321 


702 


2,619 


78.9 


1,257 


2,064 


62.1 


Kent 


193 


148 


45 


23.3 


149 


44 


22.8 


Caroline 


313 


222 


91 


29.1 


214 


99 


31.6 


Talbot 


336 


294 


42 


12.5 


266 


70 


20.8 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 
















Dorchester 


267 


252 


15 


5.6 


230 


37 


13.9 


Wicomico 


821 


699 


122 


14.9 


589 


232 


28.3 


Worcester 


515 


348 


167 


32.4 


313 


2C2 


39.2 


Somerset 


185 


168 


17 


9.2 


145 


40 


21.6 



Marriages refer to the number of ceremonies performed in Maryland areas--not the number of persons married. 

^^ One or both partners were residents of Maryland. 

3 Both partners were non-residents of Maryland. 

Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for Health Statistics, Annual 
Vital Statistics Report, 1984. 



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no. L9 

BIRTHS AND BIRTH RATES BY RACE FOR MARYIJVND 
AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS: 1984 





NUMBER OK BIRTHS 


1 


BIRTH RATES' 


i 


POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 














TOTAL 


WHITE 


OTHKR* ' > 


TOTAL 


WHITE 


OTHER* ' ■ 


MARY I .AND 


■ , 264 


1 ,643 


21,621 


15.0 


13.4 


19.7 


BALTIMORE MSA 














Ba 1 t lmure Ci 1 y 


\2, 


4,219 


8,713 


17.0 


12.9 


20.1 


Anr>e Arundel 


, Ul 


4,942 


969 


15. 1 


14.4 


19.9 


1 iniore Cnty 


,583 


7,382 


1,201 


12.9 


12.4 


17.2 


oil 


. ,537 


1, 1 




14.6 


14.6 


14.2 


ord 


, 135 


J ,839 


296 


14.1 


13.5 


20.2 


Howard 


; , 104 


1,760 


344 


15.4 


15.0 


18.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


378 


318 


60 


13. 


13.3 


14.7 



WASHINGTON, D.C. 
MARYI.AND TORTION 



MSA: 



Montgomery 


9 


,048 


6 


,981 


2,067 


14.4 


13.2 


20.9 


Prince George's 


11 


,005 


5 


,074 


5,931 


16.3 


13.7 


19.5 


Calvi 




612 




467 


145 


15.5 


14.9 


17.7 


Charles 


1 


,383 


1 


,036 


347 


16.7 


15.7 


20.7 


Frederick 


1 


,896 


1 


,733 


163 


15. 1 


14.7 


23.0 


WESTERN MARYIJVND 


















Allegany 




882 




851 


31 


11.5 


11.3 


22.6 


•-•tt 




404 




404 


- 


15.3 


15.3 




Washington 


1 


,468 


1 


,372 


96 


13.0 


12.8 


15.6 


SOUTHERN MARYI.AND 


















St. Mar-. 


1 


,148 




927 


221 


17.9 


17.2 


21.5 


UPPER KASTKRN SHORE 


















il 




902 




850 


52 


13.9 


13.9 


14.2 


Kent 




216 




146 


70 


12.9 


11.0 


19.8 


Carol ii 




364 




289 


75 


15.3 


14.7 


18.6 


: Ot 




309 




226 


83 


11.5 


10.6 


15.2 


LOWER KASTKRN SHORE 


















nester 




381 




219 


162 


12.8 


10.4 


18.6 


>mico 




957 




656 


301 


14.3 


12.5 


20.5 


Worces* 




450 




301 


149 


13.3 


11.7 


18.4 


Somerset 




259 




164 


• 


13.6 


13.0 


15.0 



ire 1,000 per population. 

'Other races: Black, Native American Indian, Pacific Islander, Asian Indian 
•3 Oriental. 

Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for 
Health Statistics, Annual Vital Statistics Report, 1984. 






no. a 



ABSOLUTE DIVORCES AMD ANNUI.MENTS BY IEGAL GROUNDS EUR DECREE AMI) POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION OK OCCURRENCE: 1484 





ABSOLUTE DIVORCES 


















AND ANNULMENTS 








LEGAL GROUNDS 






OLITCCAL 




ABSOLUTE 


ANNUL- 


VOLUNTARY 






SEPARATION FOR 


ALL 


NOT 


UBDIVTSION 


TOTAL 


DIVORCES 


MENTS 


SEPARATION 


DESERTION 


ADULTERY 


THREE YEARS 


OTHER* 


STATED 


ARYLAND 


16,134 


16,094 


40 


10,788 


563 


557 


2,847 


1,338 


41 


ALT [MORE USA 




















altimore City 


3,423 


3,410 


13 


2,008 


138 


52 


988 


225 


12 


nne Arundel 


1,461 


1,460 


1 


1,031 


42 


39 


176 


172 


1 


altimore Cnty 


2,523 


2,523 


- 


1,506 


111 


67 


484 


350 


5 


arroll 


339 


338 


1 


251 


15 


19 


40 


14 


- 


arford 


bi9 


518 


1 


316 


17 


25 


69 


92 


- 


award 


452 


451 


1 


293 


7 


4 


06 


82 




aeon Anne's 


70 


70 


- 


52 


6 


3 


6 


3 


- 


ASHMGTOII, D.C. USA: 




















ARYLAND PORTION 




















alvert 


144 


144 


- 


117 


5 


9 


6 


4 


3 


harles 


258 


257 


1 


197 


12 


9 


32 


/ 


1 


rederick 


510 


508 


2 


359 


11 


42 


51 


42 


5 


antgomery 


2,014 


2,010 


4 


1,553 


37 


22 


281 


120 


1 


rince George's 


2,405 


2,398 


7 


1,670 


97 


34 


466 


127 


11 


ESTERN MARYLAND 




















lleqany 


216 


216 


- 


158 


15 


30 


10 


3 


- 


arret t 


74 


73 


1 


52 


2 


16 


2 


2 


- 


ashington 


424 


422 


2 


277 


13 


67 


43 


23 


1 


OUTHERN MARYLAND 




















t. Mary's 


223 


223 


- 


163 


5 


q 


27 


19 


- 


PPEB EASTERN SHORE 




















scil 


212 


209 


3 


157 


10 


25 


11 


9 


- 


snt 


74 


73 


1 


52 


4 


7 


4 


7 


- 


aroline 


83 


83 


- 


60 


- 


8 


13 


2 


- 


albot 


102 


101 


1 


71 


5 


9 


11 


6 


- 


UWER EASTERM SHORE 




















archest er 


81 


81 


- 


55 


- 


10 


7 


8 


1 


icomico 


350 


349 


1 


252 


8 


33 


38 


19 


- 


arcester 


114 


114 


- 


93 


1 


11 


7 


2 


- 


aroerset 


63 


63 


- 


45 


2 


7 


9 


- 


- 



Includes incurable insanity, impotence, imprisonment for conviction of a felony, and any cause which renders 
a marriage null and void from the beginning. All annulments are included. 

Durce: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for Health Statistics, Annual Vital Statistics 
Report, 1984. 



-41- 



No. A\ 



L 



SELECTED MORTALITY DATA BY RACK, MARYIJVND AND THE UNITED STATES 

1981 - 19H4 



DEATH RATES' 



: 



YKAR 



TOTAL 



MAR Yl AND 



UNITED 
STATES 



WHITE 



MARYI.AND 



UNITED 
STATES 



AlA OTHER RACES 



MARYLAND 



UNITED 
STATES 



1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 



8.0 
8.0 
8.1 
8.1 



8.6 
8.5 

b. 6 



8.4 
8.3 
8.5 
8.5 



8.8 

. 
8.8 
8.9 



fa. 8 
7.1 

7.1 
7.0 



INFANT DEATH RATES PER 1,000 LIVE BIRTHS' ^ 



7.6 
7.3 
7.4 
7.3 



- 



1982 

■ 



12.8 
12.0 
J 1 .7 
LI. 7 



12.6 

. 
11.2 
10.8 



10.6 
9.0 
8 . 9 
9.8 



10.5 

10.1 

9.7 



. 
18.2 
17.3 
15.7 



1/.8 
17.3 
16.8 
16. 1 






9.4 
8. 1 



NEONATAL DEATH RATES PER 1,000 LIVE BIRTHS' ° 



8.0 
7.7 

. 
7.0 



7.8 
6.3 
6.1 
6.7 



' ' 1 ,000 population. 

i a person under one year 



• . > 



ith occurring i person under 28 days old 



7. 1 

6.8 
6.4 
6.2 



12.6 
12.9 
12.2 
10.8 



!l "'" . th and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center 

istics, Annual Vital Statistics Report, 1984. 



11.8 
11.3 
10.8 
10.2 



. 



: 



., 






L 



NO. 22 



DBUBS AND DEATH RATES FOR TWELVE LEADIMG CAUSES, BY SEX AND RACE, MARYLAND: 1984 



RANK 

FOR 

TOTAL CAUSES OF DEATH WITH 9TH REVISION 

DEATHS DiTERHATIONAL LIST NUMBER 



NUMBER OF DEATHS 



ALL RACES 



W1IITK 



ALL OTHER RACES 



TOTAL MALE FEMALE 



MALE FEMALE MALE FKMAIi'. 



All causes 



35,331 


18,450 


16,881 


12,871 


6,584 


6,287 


8,549 


4,585 


3,964 


2,304 


940 


1,364 


1,373 


878 


495 


663 


459 


204 


1,071 


646 


425 


858 


438 


420 


663 


252 


411 


473 


311 


162 


464 


382 


82 



14,161 13,507 4,289 



3,374 



1. Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 

2. Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 

3. Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 

4. Accidents and Adverse Effects (E800-E949) 

Motor Vehicle Accidents (E810-E825) 

5. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases 

and Allied Conditions (490-496) 

6. Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 

7. Diabetes Mellitus (250) 

8. Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571) 

9. Suicide (E950-E959) 

10. Nephritis, Nephrotic Syndrome, and 

Nephrosis (580-589) 

11. Certain Conditions Originating in the 

Perinatal Period (760-799) 

12. Homocide (E960-E978) 



429 



218 



211 



353 


5,189 


1,231 


1,098 


524 


3,183 


1,061 


781 


720 


1,099 


220 


265 


647 


385 


231 


110 


358 


161 


101 


43 


548 


385 


98 


40 


338 


352 


100 


68 


179 


292 


73 


119 


239 


111 


72 


51 


309 


75 


n 


7 



158 



148 



60 



63 



409 


247 


162 


141 


81 


106 


81 


383 


293 


90 


81 


37 


212 


53 



DEATH RATES PER 100,000 POPULATION 



DEATHS All Causes 



812.3 874.8 



753.5 



894.3 810.6 



816.2 



587.6 



6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 

10. 



Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 
Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 
Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 
Accidents and Adverse Effects (E800-E949) 

Motor Vehicle Accidents (E810-E825) 
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases 

and Allied Conditions (490-496) 
Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 
Diabetes Mellitus (250) 
Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571) 
Suicide (E950-E959) 
Nephritis, Nephrotic Syndrome, and 

Nephrosis (580-589) 
Certain Conditions Originating in the 

Perinatal Period (760-799) 
Homocide (E960-E978) 



295.9 312.2 280.6 

196.6 217.4 176.9 

53.0 44.6 60.9 

31.6 41.6 22.1 

15.2 21.8 9.1 



24.6 30.6 

19.7 20.8 
15.2 11.9 
10.9 14.7 
10.7 18.1 

9.9 10.3 

9.4 11.7 

8.8 13.9 



19.0 

18.7 

18.3 

7.2 

3.7 

9.4 

7.2 
4.0 



338.0 

222.5 

45.5 

40.9 

22.6 

34.6 
21.3 
11.3 
15.1 
19.5 

10.0 

8.9 
5.1 



311.4 234.3 

191.0 201.9 

66.0 41.9 

23.1 44.0 
9.7 19.2 



23.1 

21.1 

17.5 

6.7 

4.5 

8.9 

4.9 
2.2 



18.7 
19.0 
13.9 
13.7 
13.9 

11.4 

20.2 
40.3 



191.2 

136.0 

46.2 

19.2 

7.5 

7.0 

11.8 

20.7 

8.9 

1.2 

11.0 

14.1 
9.2 



Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for Health Statistics, Annual \lital Statistics 
Report, 1984. 



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NO. 2 I 

DEATHS AND DEATH RATES BY RACK FOR MARYI.AND 
AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS: 1984 



: 



" 



POLITICAL 

SUBDIVISION 



NUMBKR OK DKATIIS 



DKATH RATKS ( ' > 



TOTAL WUITK O'lTIKR' 



'TOTAL WHITE OTHERS* 



L 



MAKY1.AND 


. Mi 


-.68 


,-.63 


8.1 


8.5 


7.0 


-l 


BALTIMORE MSA 














1 


'.imore C: 


.56 


36 


4,320 


12.6 


16.1 


10.0 




Anne Arundel 


2,477 


, 194 


283 


6.3 


6.4 


5.8 


1 


Cnty 


5,' 


, il5 


326 


8.5 


8.9 


4.7 




758 


735 


23 


7.2 


7.2 


6.6 


| 


>rd 




829 


90 


6. 1 


6. 1 


6.1 


'-I 


Howard 




■ 


80 


4.5 


4.6 


4.2 




Queen Anne's 


252 




41 


9.0 


8.8 


10.1 


r 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 














1 


MARYI.AND KOKTION 














1 


Montgomery 




3,572 


387 


■ 


6.3 


3.9 




ice George's 


3,8 


2,729 


1, 143 


5.7 


7.4 


3.8 


T 






188 


54 


6.1 


6.0 


6.6 




Les 


470 


364 


106 


5.7 




6.3 




Krederick 




877 


58 


7.5 


7.4 


8.2 


l 


WESTERN MAKYITVND 














Al log^ny 




976 


11 


12.9 


13.0 


8.0 








227 


- 


3.6 


8.6 


0.0 


1 


Wash inq 


1 ,085 


1,053 


32 


9.6 


9.9 


5.2 


SOUTHERN MARYI.AND 














i 


St. Mary's 






11 


5.4 


5.0 


7.5 


] 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 














i 


ii 




1 


22 


6.8 


6.9 


6.0 






' 


51 


1^.2 


.6 


14.4 


10 




226 


48 


11.5 


11 . 


11.9 


' 




■ 




61 


1 .0 


14.3 


11.2 


] 


LONER EASTERN SHORE 












{ 


M 




• 


• 




12.9 


12.3 


-.6 * 


1 








• 


10.7 


10.6 


11.1 




• 






89 


10.5 


1 


11. 1 


m 








71 


12.0 


12.4 


11.2 


T 



( I ) 



:- 1 ,000 population 



can Indian, Pacific Islander, Asian Indian 



: '" n,rr, ' : ilth and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for 

: Annual Statistics Report, 1984. 



"I 



:: 



l 

i 

i 

■ 



No. 24 

YKAKS OF SCHOOL COMPLETED: PERSONS 2b YEARS AND OVER 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1980 



TOLTTICAL 
SUBDIVISION 



TOTAL 



KLEMENTARY 



HIGH SCHOOL 



(0 TO 8 YRS.) 1 TO 3 YRS. 



COLLEGE 



4 YRS. 1 TO 3 YRS. 



4 OR BORE YRS. 



PERCENT 

HIGH SCHOOL 

GRADUATES 



MARYLAND 


2,499,0% 


BALTIMORE USA 




Baltimore City 


465,756 


ftnnc Arundel 


213,475 


Baltimore Cnty 


411,225 


Carroll 


56,937 


Harford 


82,290 


Howard 


70,178 


Queen Anne's 


15,745 


WASHINGTON, D.C. USA: 




MARYLAND PORTION 




Caivert 


19,596 


Charles 


38,300 


Frederick 


66,339 


Montgomery 


361,446 


Prince George's 


367,900 


WESTERN MARYLAND 




Allegany 


50,241 


Garrett 


15,153 


Washington 


68,705 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 




St. Mary's 


31,144 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 




Cecil 


34,471 


Kent 


10,260 


Caroline 


14,008 


Talbot 


16,918 


LOWER EASTERS SHORE 




Dorchester 


19,403 


Wicomico 


38,668 


Worcester 


19,362 


Somerset 


11,576 



411,602 



134,194 
30,U28 
63,857 
11,031 
12,088 
5,785 
3,557 



3,519 

5,740 

12,567 

21,425 

34,196 



11,892 

4,256 

14,657 



5,472 



6,450 
2,405 
3,432 
2,963 



5,594 
8,515 
4,387 
3,592 



401,941 



812,201 



106,328 


124,378 


32,957 


77,965 


66,539 


142,928 


10,717 


20,184 


13,314 


30,006 


6,089 


18,368 


3,425 


4,990 



3,410 


7,882 


6,148 


15,864 


11,680 


22,441 


24,394 


91,040 


48,839 


140,142 



8,543 


20,370 


2,730 


5,724 


12,985 


27,285 



4,739 



12,563 



7,877 


12,190 


2,329 


3,016 


3,995 


4,005 


3,858 


4,718 



5,094 


5,626 


8,395 


11,738 


4,748 


5,598 


2,808 


3,180 



364,656 



48,305 
31,948 
60,397 

6,879 
12,830 
12,892 

1,820 



2,472 

5,799 

8,439 

69,868 

67,244 



4,782 
1,252 

7,266 



4,020 



4,145 
1,214 
1,295 
2,321 



1,500 
4,511 
2,410 
1,047 



508,696 



52,551 
40,577 

77,504 

8,126 

14,052 

27,044 

1,953 



2,313 
4,749 

11,212 
154,719- 

77,479 



4,654 
1,191 
6,512 



4,350 



3,809 
1,296 
1,281 
3,058 



1,589 

5,509 

2,219 

949 



61.5 



48.4 
70.5 
68.3 
61.8 
69.1 
83.1 
55.7 



64.6 
69.0 
63.4 
87.3 
77.4 



59.3 
53.9 
59.8 



67.2 



58.4 
53.9 
47.0 
59.7 



44.9 
56.3 
52.8 
44.7 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, General Social and Economic Characteristics, 
Final Report 1980, PC 80-1-C22, Maryland, issued July 1983. 



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No. 24 

YEARS OK SCHOOL COMPLETED: PERSONS 2b YEARS AMD OVER 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1980 



POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 



E1.EMENTARY 



HIGH SCHOOL 



TOTAL (0 TO 8 YRS.) 1 TO 3 YRS. 



COLLEGE 



4 YRS. 1 TO 3 YRS. 4 OR BORE YRS. 



PERCENT 

HIGH SCHOOL 

GRADUATES 



MARYLAND 


2,499,096 


BALTIMORE USA 




Baltimore City 


465,756 


Anne Arundel 


213,47b 


Baltimore Cnty 


411,225 


Carroll 


56,937 


Harford 


32,290 


Howard 


70,178 


Queen Anne's 


15,745 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 




MARYLAND PORTION 




Calvert 


19,596 


Charles 


38,300 


Frederick 


66,339 


Montgomery 


361,446 


Prince George's 


367,900 


WESTERN MARYLAND 




Allegany 


50,241 


Garrett 


15,153 


Washington 


68,705 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 




St. Mary's 


31,144 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 




Cecil 


34,471 


Kent 


10,260 


Caroline 


14,008 


Talbot 


16,918 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 




Dorchester 


19,403 


Wicomico 


38,668 


Worcester 


19,362 


Somerset 


11,576 



411,602 



134,194 
30,028 

63,857 

11,031 

12,088 

5,785 

3,557 



3,519 

5,740 

12,567 

21,425 

34,196 



11,892 

4,256 

14,657 



5,472 



6,450 
2,405 
3,432 
2,963 



5,594 
8,515 
4,387 
3,592 



401,941 



812,201 



106,328 


124,378 


32,957 


77,965 


66,539 


142,928 


10,717 


20,184 


13,314 


30,006 


6,089 


18,368 


3,425 


4,990 



$,410 


7,882 


6,148 


15,864 


11,680 


22,441 


24,394 


91,040 


48,839 


140,142 



8,543 


20,370 


2,730 


5,724 


12,985 


27,285 



4,739 



12,563 



7,877 


12,190 


2,329 


3,016 


3,995 


4,005 


3,858 


4,718 



5,094 


5,626 


8,395 


11,738 


4,748 


5,598 


2,808 


3,180 



364,656 



48,305 

31,948 
60,397 

6,879 
12,830 
12,892 

1,820 



2,472 

5,799 

8,439 

69,868 

67,244 



4,782 
1,252 
7,266 



4,020 



4,145 
1,214 
1,295 
2,321 



1,500 
4,511 
2,410 
1,047 



506,696 



52,551 
40,577 

77,504 

8,126 

14,052 

27,044 

1,953 



2,313 
4,749 

11,212 
154,719- 

77,479 



4,654 
1,191 
6,512 



4,350 



3,809 
1,296 
1,281 
3,058 



1,589 

5,509 

2,219 

949 



61.5 



48.4 
70.5 
68.3 
61.8 
69.1 
83.1 
55.7 



64.6 
69.0 
63.4 
87.3 
77.4 



59.3 
53.9 
59.8 



67.2 



58.4 
53.9 
47.0 
59.7 



44.9 
56.3 
52.8 
44.7 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, General Social and Economic Characteristics, 
Final Report 1980, PC 80-1-C22, Maryland, issued July 1983. 



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No. 25 



NUMBER OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN MARYLAND 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 



1986-87 



TOTAL 



ELEMENTARY 



;econdary other* 



MARYLAND 



1,189 



745 



245 



199 



BALTIMORE MSA 
Baltimore City 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore Cnty 
Carroll 
Ilarf oid 
Howard 
Queen Anne ' s 



179 

111 

145 

31 

42 

44 

9 



120 
74 
'J 3 
16 
2 5 
25 
5 



30 
24 
22 
6 
9 
8 
1 



29 

13 

28 

9 

8 

11 

3 



WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
MARYLAND PORTION 



Calvert 


14 


6 


Charles 


27 


15 


Frederick 


41 


23 


Montgomery 


156 


103 


Prince George's 


171 


115 


WESTERN MARYLAND 






Al legany 


24 


12 


Garrett 


17 


10 


Washington 


42 


26 



3 

4 

7 

41 

47 



8 

11 

12 

9 



7 

3 

S 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

St. Mary's 



27 



18 



UPPER EASTERN SHORE 




Cecil 


25 


Kent 


8 


Caroline 


9 


Talbot 


9 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 




Dorchester 


11 


Wicomico 


22 


Worcester 


12 


Somerset 


13 



14 
3 
4 
5 



5 

14 
5 
7 



5 
1 

4 

2 



6 
4 

: 
2 



•Includes middle and combined schools. 

Source: Maryland State Department of Education, Office of 

Management Information Systems, Facts About Maryland 
Public Education, 1986-1987. 






No. 26 

ENROLLMENT III PUBLIC AND NONPUBLIC SCHOOLS, ALL LEVELS, MARYLAND: 
FALL 1986, 1985, 1983 



PERCENT CHANGE 



TYPE OF SCHOOL 



1986 



1985 



1983 



1986/83 1986/85 



Total All Levels 



1,044,113 1,040,574 1,059,142 



-1.4 



0.3 



Total Pre-Kindergarten thru 



High School 


811,184 


808,979 


820,527 


-1.1 


0.3 


Public* 


675,747 


671,560 


683,491 


-1.1 


0.6 


Kindergarten and Pre- 












Kindergarten 


59,866 


56,767 


51,134 


17.1 


5.5 


Elementary (1-6) 


301,036 


289,775 


284,518 


5.8 


3.9 


Secondary (7-12) 


314,845 


325,018 


347,839 


-9.5 


-3.1 


Non-Public 


135,437 


137,419 


137,036 


-1.2 


-1.4 


Kindergarten and Pre- 












Kindergarten 


37,145 


36,269 


31,747 


17.0 


2.4 


Elementary (1-6) 


52,075 


62,787 


65,760 


-20.8 


-17.1 


Secondary (7-12) 


46,217 


38,329 


39,529 


16.9 


20.6 


Total Four Year Colleges and 












Universities (includes Graduate 












enrollment ) 


138,770 


136,006 


132,820 


4.5 


2.0 


Public 


105,549 


104,033 


102,146 


3.3 


1.5 


Private 


33,221 


31,973 


30,674 


8.3 


3.9 


Total Two Year Colleges 


94,159 


95,589 


105,795 


-11.0 


-1.5 


Public 


93,597 


95,227 


104,430 


-10.4 


-1.7 


Private 


562 


362 


1,365 


-58.8 


54.0 



*Excludes enrollment in the campus school of Towson State University and in education 
programs at State institutions. 

Source: Maryland State Department of Education, Office of Administration, Statistics on 

Enrollment and Number of Schools Public and Nonpublic: September 30, 1984, 1985, 1986; 
Maryland State Board for Higher Education, Record, November 1982 — January 1983; Opening 
Fall Enrollment in Maryland Institutions of Higher Education (Preliminary Data), 1986. 



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Id. // 

NlHhEK V PUP Hi ATTENDING PUBLIC SCHUOLS IN MARYLAND, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION SEPTEMBER yi, 1981, 198b and 1986 



political 

SUBDIVISION 



NUMBER OK PUPILS, GRADES PRHM2 



1981 



l'rfi'j 



986 



OWE YEAR CHAUGE 
'86/'85 



FIVE-YEAR CHANCE 
•86/'81 



NUMBER PERCENT N1MBER PERCEIT 



HAKY1ANI) 



721,841 






675,747 



4,187 



.6 



-46,094 



-6.4 



hALTlMORE USA 


















123,3/6 


111,987 


111,243 


-744 




-12,133 


-9.8 




. 122 


63, 


64,006 


430 


.7 


-3,416 


-5.1 


• 


92,387 


80,730 


80,259 


•471 


-0.6 


-12,128 


-13.1 


'11 


. 308 


,693 


20,147 


454 


2.3 


339 


1.7 






27,558 


28,121 


• 


2.0 


-1,756 


-5.9 


- 


,i65 


25,030 


.^29 


599 


2.4 


764 


3.1 


. Anne's 


4,612 


4,696 


4,824 


128 


2.1 


212 


4.6 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
















MAR Yl AND PORTION 


















<<9 


8,138 


8,499 


361 


4.4 


700 


9.0 




17,511 


16, . 


1 / . 183 


310 


1.3 


-328 


-1.9 


erick 


23, 


23,790 


24,678 


388 


3.7 


1,314 


5.6 


" 


,hS6 


,880 


94,457 


1,577 


', ./ 


-1,229 


-1.3 




116,598 


103,611 


103,301 


-310 


-0.3 


-13,297 


-11.4 


WESTERN MARYIAND 
















:ixi y 


12,888 


11,' 


11,554 


-121 


-1.0 


-1,334 


-10.3 




64 


5,1j3 


5,099 


-34 


-0.7 


-265 


-4.9 


U 


19,315 


17,566 


17,308 


-253 


-1.5 


-2,007 


-10.4 


SOUTHERN NARYI-ANI) 
















t. Nai 


11,704 


11,253 


11,604 


351 


3.1 


-100 


-0.9 


UPPER EASTER* SHORE 




















12,133 


12,169 


36 


.3 


-471 


-3./ 


■ 


,667 


78 


2,356 


-22 


-0.9 


-311 


-11.7 




.90 


21 


1 , (92 


71 


1.6 


-98 


-2.2 




3,852 


667 


•'84 


117 


3.2 


-68 


-1.8 


HD EASTERN SHORE 


















. 


•60 


■70 


10 


_2 


-327 


-6.2 


■ 


U, 


11,387 


11,622 


235 


2.1 


29 


.3 


■ 






i41 


29 


.6 


59 


1.2 






. 113 


3,401 


-12 


-0.3 


-243 


•6.7 



• Statistics on Enrollment and Number of Schouls- 
3»pte«ber 30, 1986. issued February 1987. 






No. 28 



NUMBER OF PUPILS ATTENDING NONPUBLIC SCHOOLS DS MARYLAND, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 

September 30, 1981, 198b, 1986 











ONE-YEAR CHANGE 


FIVE 


-YEAR CHANGE 


POLITICAL 


NUMBER 


OP PUPILS, GRADES PREK-12 


•oV'SS 




1 


'86/' 81 


















SUBDIVISION 


1981 


1985 


1986 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


MARYLAND 


133,485 


137,419 


135,437 


-1,982 




-1.4 


1,952 


1.5 


BALTIMORE MSA 


















Baltimore City 


25,377 


24,014 


23,229 


-785 




-3.3 


-2,148 


-8.5 


Anne Arundel 


9,690 


10,528 


10,570 


42 




.4 


380 


9.1 


Baltimore Cnty 


26,420 


27,421 


27,180 


-241 




-.9 


760 


2.9 


Carroll 


919 


948 


996 


48 




5.1 


77 


8.4 


Harford 


3,608 


3,768 


3,585 


-183 




-4.9 


-23 


-.6 


Howard 


3,445 


1,019 


4,177 


158 




3.9 


732 


21.2 


Queen Anne's 


176 


248 


246 


•2 




-.8 


70 


39.8 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSJ 


>: 
















MARYLAND PORTION 


















Calvert 


587 


648 


603 


-45 




-6.9 


16 


2.7 


Charles 


1,722 


J ,732 


1,746 


14 




.8 


24 


1.4 


Frederick 


2,080 


2,145 


2,344 


199 




9.3 


264 


12.7 


Montgomery 


26,713 


29,693 


29,557 


-136 




-.5 


2,844 


10.6 


Prince George's 


20,997 


20,623 


19,992 


-631 




-3.1 


-1,005 


-4.8 


WESTERN MARYLAND 


















Allegany 


2,201 


1,983 


1,856 


-127 




-6.4 


-345 


-15.7 


Garrett 


167 


172 


131 


-41 




-23.8 


-36 


-21.5 


Washington 


2,144 


2,215 


2,210 


-5 




-.2 


66 


3.1 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 


















St. Mary's 


2,4/4 


2,477 


2,413 


-64 




-2.6 


-61 


-2.5 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 


















Cecil 


1,838 


1,512 


1,541 


29 




1.9 


-297 


-16.1 


Kent 


225 


278 


256 


-22 




-7.9 


31 


13.8 


Caroline 


255 


306 


327 


21 




6.9 


72 


28.2 


Talbot 


859 


881 


827 


-54 




-6.1 


-32 


-3.7 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 


















Dorchester 


323 


227 


182 


-45 




-19.8 


-141 


-43.7 


Wicomico 


857 


834 


730 


-154 




-17.4 


-127 


■14.8 


Worcester 


358 


573 


596 


23 




4.0 


238 


66. 5 


Somerset 


50 


124 


143 


19 




15.3 


93 


186.0 


Source: Maryland State Department of Education, Statistics 


on Enrollment 


and Number 


of Schools- 




Public and 


Nonpublic : 


September 30, 


1986, issued 


February 


1987. 









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No. 

ENROLLMENT IN MARYI.ANI) PRIVATE SCHOOLS AS A PERCENTAGE OF 

TOTAL ENROLLMENT IN GRADES PREKINDERGARTEN — 12: 

SEPTEMBER 30, 1981 AND 1986 



UX'AI. UNIT 



19H1 



PUBLIC AND 

NONPUBLIC 

SCHOOL 

ENROLMENT 



PERCENTAGE 
OF ENROLLMENT 

IN PRIVATE 
SCHOOLS 



1986 



PUBLIC 

NONPUBLIC 

SCHOOL 

ENROLIJIKNT 



PERCENTAGE 
OF ENROLLMENT 
IN PRIVATE 
SCHOOLS 



'IX)TAL STATE 



855,326 



15.6 



811,184 



16.7 



BALTIMORE MSA 

i ty 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore Cnty 
roll 
ord 
Howard 
Queen Anne's 



. 
11 ,112 

118,80/ 
20, 

33,485 

28,310 

. /08 



1 /. 1 
12.6 
22.2 

4.4 
10.8 
12.2 

3.7 



134,472 

74,576 

10 7,439 

21,143 

31,706 

29,806 

.070 



17.3 

14.2 

25.3 

4.7 

i4.0 
4.9 



WASHINGTON, D.C.MSA: 
MARYIJVND PORTION 

ert 
Charles 
ierick 
joinery 

•>rge' s 

WESTERN MARYIAND 
egany 

Washington 



. ^86 


7.0 


19,233 


9.0 


25,444 


8.2 


, 399 


21.8 


, >95 


15.3 


1 5 , 089 


14.6 


5,531 


3.0 


21,459 


10.0 



9,102 


6.6 


)29 


9.2 


27,022 


8.7 


124, 


23. 8 


123,293 


16.2 


13,410 


13.8 


5,230 


2.5 


19,518 


11.3 



SOUTHERN MARYIJVNU 

Mary ' s 



14,178 



17.4 



14,017 



17.2 



UPPER EASTERN 


SHORE 






Cecil 




14,478 


12.7 


Kent 




,592 


7.8 






4, '45 


5.4 






11 


18.2 


LONER EASTERN 


SHORE 






Do re 




5,620 


5.7 


Wicomico 




12,450 


■ 






, 140 


6.0 






3,1 





13,710 


11.2 


2,612 


9.8 


19 


6.9 


■ ii 


17.9 


5,152 


3.5 


12,352 




5,737 


10.4 


3,5 


4 . 



Source: e Department of Education, Office of Management Information 

ltistics on Enrollment and Number of Schools Public and 
, ' • ■ • '' , 1986, issued February 1987. 

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No. 30 

AVERAGE NUMBER OF PUPILS PER TEACHER, PRINCIPAL, 
AND PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT STAFF MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: FALL 1986 SCHOOL YEAR 



POLITICAL 








SUBDIVISION 


TOTAL 


ELEMENTARY 


SECONDARY 


MARYLAND 


15.18 


16.8 


13.7 


BALTIMORE MSA 








Baltimore City 


16.34 


18.3 


14.1 


Anne Arundel 


15.46 


16.0 


14.9 


Baltimore Cnty 


13.71 


16.0 


11.8 


Carroll 


16.60 


20.5 


13.7 


Harford 


15.74 


18.7 


13.3 


Howard 


14.13 


16.0 


12.6 


Queen Anne ' s 


15.87 


22.4 


11.7 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 








MARYLAND PORTION 








Calvert 


16.39 


17.7 


15.1 


Charles 


16.28 


18.9 


14.2 


Frederick 


16.15 


18.7 


14.0 


Montgomery 


14.06 


14.1 


14.0 


Prince George's 


15,97 


17.0 


15.1 


WESTERN MARYLAND 








Allegany 


15.83 


15.9 


15.8 


Garrett 


15.95 


18.6 


13.6 


Washington 


14.83 


16.6 


13.2 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

St . Mary ' s 



14.05 



16.0 



12 



UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 
Kent 

Caroline 
Talbot 



15.25 
13.36 
14.57 
14.30 



17.7 
19.7 
15.8 
20.7 



13 

9 

13 

10 



LOWER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 14.97 

Wicomico 15.61 

Worcester 12.79 

Somerset 14.03 



18.1 
17.3 
17.9 
20.1 



12.4 
13.8 



Source: Based on data obtained from the Maryland State 
Department of Education, Office of Management 
Information Systems, Staff Employed at School 
and Central Office Levels, Maryland Public 
Schools, 1986-1987. Statistics on Enrollment 
and Number of Schools, Maryland Public and 
Nonpublic Schools, September 30, 1986, issued 
February 1987. 



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No. II 

ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY TEACHERS AND 
PRINCIPALS* IN MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1986 AND 1983 



1986 



1983 



PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1983-86 



MARYLAND 

BALTIMORE MSA 

Baltimore City 

Anne Arundel 

Baltimore Cnty 

Carroll 

Harford 

Howard 

Queen Anne's 



41,836 40,366 



3.6 



6,491 


6,696 


-3.1 


3,879 


3,768 


2.9 


5,424 


5,604 


-3.2 


1,149 


1,078 


6.6 


1,681 


1,609 


4.5 


1,694 


1,393 


21.6 


288 


293 


-1.7 



WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA; 

MARYLAND PORTION 

Calvert 

Charles 

Frederick 

Montgomery 

Prince George's 

WESTERN MARYLAND 
Allegany 
Garrett 
Washington 

SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

St. Mary's 



485 


445 


9.0 


983 


961 


2.3 


1,451 


1,336 


8.6 


6,259 


5,662 


10.5 


6,106 


5,705 


7.0 


684 


743 


-7.9 


308 


308 


0.0 


1,090 


1,108 


-1.6 



777 



655 



18.6 



UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 
Kent 

Caroline 
Talbot 

LOWER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 
Wicomico 
Worcester 
Somerset 



757 


752 


0.7 


169 


167 


1.2 


280 


272 


2.9 


253 


259 


-2.3 


308 


286 


7.7 


717 


699 


2.6 


373 


3 51 


6.3 


232 


216 


7.4 



♦Includes vice-principals and administrative 
assistants . 



Source 



Maryland State Department of Education, 
Office of Management Information Systems, 
Staff Employed at School and Central Office 
Levels, Maryland Public Schools, 1982-1983 
and 1986-1987. 
-5:- 



No. 32 

COST PER PUPIL BELONGING: CURRENT EXPENSES, 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1985-1986 SCHOOL YEAR 



POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 



COST PER <IJ> 
PUPIL BELONGING 



STATE AID ( ' > 
PER PUPIL 



STATE AVERAGE 



$3,991 



$857 



BALTIMORE MSA 



Baltimore City 


3,444 


Anne Arundel 


3,813 


Baltimore Cnty 


4,565 


Carroll 


3,251 


Harford 


3,417 


Howard 


4,312 


Queen Anne ' s 


3,853 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 




MARYLAND PORTION 




Calvert 


3,854 


Charles 


3,419 


Frederick 


3,411 


Montgomery 


5,291 


Prince George's 


3,931 


WESTERN MARYLAND 




Allegany 


3,362 


Garrett 


3,265 


Washington 


3,702 



1,167 
872 
607 
1,034 
1,071 
733 
898 



711 

1,051 

1,040 

318 

923 



1,121 
1,176 
1,059 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

St. Mary's 



3,697 



1,098 



UPPER EASTERN 


SHORE 




Cecil 




3,342 


Kent 




3,962 


Caroline 




3,076 


Talbot 




3,768 


LOWER EASTERN 


SHORE 




Dorchester 




3,699 


Wicomico 




3,361 


Worcester 




4,189 


Somerset 




3,278 



1,169 
890 

1,218 
395 



1,085 

1,077 

60 

1,220 



<E>) Preliminary data 

(1) 1986-1987 school year 



Source: Maryland State Department of Education, 
Facts about Maryland Public Education, 
1986-1987. 



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No . "3 3 

AVERAGE SALARY PER TEACHER AND PRINCIPAL: 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: OCTOBER 1985 



POLITICAL 








SUBDIVISION 


TOTAL 


PRINCIPALS* 


TEACHERS 


MARYLAND 


$27,806 


$41,139 


$26,800 


BALTIMORE MSA 








Baltimore City 


25,395 


37,986 


24,626 


Anne Arundel 


28,260 


46,269 


26,955 


Baltimore Cnty 


30,720 


42,194 


29,836 


Carroll 


25,180 


37,050 


24,591 


Harford 


26,076 


37,740 


25,304 


Howard 


27,095 


43,140 


26,120 


Queen Anne ' s 


25,373 


36,924 


24,765 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 








MARYLAND PORTION 








Calvert 


27,747 


39,047 


25,939 


Charles 


25,845 


34,316 


24,056 


Frederick 


25,459 


39,369 


24,566 


Montgomery 


33,286 


50,827 


31,351 


Prince George's 


28,525 


40,273 


27,707 



WESTERN MARYLAND 

Allegany 

Garrett 

Washington 

SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

St. Mary's 

UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 
Kent 

Caroline 
Talbot 

LOWER EASTERN SHORE 
Dorchester 

Wicomico 

Worcester 

Somerset 



24,648 
21,323 
24,933 



23,887 



23,355 
23,145 
20,816 
23,797 



23,860 
23,627 
24,494 
20,485 



32,736 
31,638 
36,404 



34,484 



39,845 
37,748 
33,163 
35,299 



32,064 
33,655 
36,894 
28.099 



24,283 



20 
24 



433 

138 



23,061 



22 
22 



457 
075 



20,058 
23,348 



23,188 
23,117 
24,305 
20,057 



♦Includes principals and vice-principals. 

Note: Average salaries are computed by dividing the total 
salaries paid during the fiscal year by the 
cguivalent full-time positions. 

Source: Maryland State Department of Education, Office 
of Management Information Systems, Selected 
Financial Data, Maryland Public Schools, Pt--3, 
Analysis of Cost, 1985-1986, revised May 1987. 

.- 



No. 34 
HOLDING POWER OF PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS IN MARYLAND, 1976-1986*'* 



YKAR OK 


NUMBER OF 


GRADUATION 


GRADUATES 


1986 


46,700 


1985 


48,299 


1984 


50,684 


1983 


52,446 


1982 


54,621 


1981 


54,050 


1980 


54,491 


1979 


55,276 


1978 


55,880 


1977 


55,503 


1976 


56,063 



9TH GRADE ENROLLMENT 
FOUR YEARS EARLIER 



GliADUATES AS A 
PERCENTAGE OF 
9TH GRADE ENROLLMENT 



59,906 
60,196 
64,243 
67,109 
72,243 
71,980 
71,583 
73,758 
73,375 
72,350 
72,040 



78.0 
80.2 
78.9 
78.2 
75.6 
75.1 
76.1 
74.9 
76.2 
76.7 
77.8 



1 1 > Holding power refers to the number of graduates as percentage of 
9th grade enrollment four years earlier. 

Source: Maryland Department of Education, Office of Management 
Systems, unpublished data. 



-55- 



HO. 

PUBLIC HIGH SaiOOL GRADUATES IN RAKYIJUU) AMD IULIU IMTHOJIK TO COWTHUE EDUCATIM, BY POLITICAL 

SUBDIVISION 1986, 1984 AID 1982 











percent 


intending 


TO ATTEND 4 ' • 










TOTAL 


NUMBER OK GRADUATES 


DEGREE 


GRANTING INSTITUTIONS 




TRADE/BUSINESS 




POLITICAL 






































SUBDIVISION 


1986 


1984 


1982 


1986 


1984 


1982 


1986 


1984 


1982 


MARYIJUiD 


46,700 


50,684 


54,621 


48.0 


58.0 


45.1 


6.0 


13.0 


13.8 


BALTIMORE MSA 


















i 


Baltimore City 


4,951 


6,343 


6,309 


35.0 


47.6 


38.6 


8.5 


13.8 


20.9 


Anne Arundel 


4,603 


. .'04 


,>68 


46.5 


57.4 


40.7 


5.6 


23.7 


14.4 


Baltimore Cnty 


6,362 


6,988 


8,030 


49.0 


61.6 


44.8 


5.9 


11.8 


12.2 ' 


>11 


1,048 


1,495 


1,461 


45.1 


48.9 


38.3 


6.1 


11.5 


12.2 


Harford 


1,875 


2,023 


2,181 


50.9 


61.6 


46.5 


5.4 


10.8 


11.5 


- ird 


2,099 


1,837 


2,041 


67.7 


77.3 


60.3 


2.0 


6.8 


6.5 


Uueen Anne's 


326 


332 


320 


43.1 


45.6 


35.0 


7.2 


15.3 


13.3 


WASHIJIGTOII, D.C. MSA: 




















MARYLAND PORTION 






















531 


525 


573 


30.8 


36.6 


28.6 


9.1 


15.3 


17.9 


Charles 


1,178 


1,343 


1,337 


37.5 


51.6 


29.6 


5.6 


12.9 


12. i 


Frederick 


1,537 


1,578 


1,733 


46.5 


50.5 


37.9 


4.5 


11.6 


11.0 ' 


Montgomery 


7,611 


8,055 


8,711 


71.2 


79.0 


68.9 


3.2 


6.0 


7.3 


Prince George's 


7,734 


8,179 


8,998 


41.3 


54.0 


42.3 


8.1 


15.0 


15.7 


WESTERN MARYLAND 


















i 


Allegany 


938 


1,087 


1,132 


47.6 


52.1 


45.8 


4.9 


6.1 


i2.4 


• tt 


322 


301 


344 


36.1 


40.9 


27.2 


10.2 


13.3 


15.9 


Washington 


1,283 


1,459 


1,446 


32.7 




31.6 


5.4 


8.5 


10.5 


SOUTOKRH HARY1JWD 




















St. Hbj 


743 


780 


857 


29.2 


36.0 


22.4 


7.2 


14.6 


20.0 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 




















Cecil 


790 


815 


892 


34.6 


48.6 


30.3 


6.5 


12.4 


17.3 , 


• 


158 


174 


224 


36.8 


42.4 


32.3 


10.2 


12.0 


21.9 


Caroline 




■ 


327 


35.2 


40.0 


28.8 


8.0 


12.5 


17.7 


Talbot 


239 


279 


322 


46.5 


54.8 


38.4 


4.9 


8.8 


16.8 

i 


UVER KASTKRN SHORE 






















354 


387 


430 


30.6 


32.8 


26.5 


12.8 


18.9 


21.1 


iCO 


694 


781 


845 


12.5 


44. y 


38.2 


5.3 


23.9 


25.7 1 


star 


372 


375 


460 


37.3 




33.3 


7.4 


19.9 


27.0 










25.3 








-. 


28.1 



ling to responses from survey of high school seniors. 



tara: Hai and State Department of Education, Office of Management Information and Accountability 

too* Kacts About Maryland Public Education, 1936-1987; High School Graduate Follow-up 

Study. Pre -Graduation Plans (1984 and 1982). 

-56— 



No. 36 

SOURCE OF CURRENT EUNDS AND DISBURSEMENTS, MARYLAND 
PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SCHOOL YEARS 1985-86 AND 1984-85 



INCOME SOURCE OR 
DISBURSEMENT 



1985-86 
AMOUNT 
($) 



1984-85 
AMOUNT 
($) 



PERCENT OF TOTAL 



1985-86 1984-85 



Income Source* 

Federal Funds 
State Funds 
Local Funds 

Disbursements** 

Instruction 4 1 * 
Maintenance and Operation 
Other* "> 

Pupil Transportation 
Administration* * > 



147,407,652 

739,813,958 

1,458,884,120 



138,994,021 

683,959,139 

1,349,748,823 



6.3 


6.4 


31.5 


31.4 


62.1 


62.0 



1,476,537,546 


1,359,133,515 


56.8 


56.6 


315,804,671 


302,202,075 


12.2 


12.6 


563,606,165 


515,499,529 


21.7 


21.5 


129,069,477 


120,234,017 


5.0 


5.0 


62,594,880 


60,469,295 


2.4 


2.5 



*Includes revenue for purchase of replacement and additional equipment for 

current expense purposes, and federal and state funds for food service 

programs. Excludes teachers' retirement and social security paid direct 
by state. 

**Excludes Disbursements for school construction and debt service. 

'^Includes Special Education. 

( "^Includes student personnel and health services, fixed charges and 
community services. 



< 3 ) 



Total general administration. 



Source: Maryland Department of Education, Office of Management Information 
Systems, Selected Financial Data, Maryland Public Schools, 1985-86 
and 1984-85; Part 1--Revenue and Local Unit Wealth and Part 2-- 
Expenditures . 



-57- 



No. 1/ 

S00K8 Of REVEMUE KUk GKMERAL OPERATING UVUUS* 

MAKYUND I'Ulil.lC SCHOOLS, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 
SCHOOL YEAR 19W5-86 





total man 






IjOCAI 














SUBDIVISION 


AND ■JHEfUU* 1 ' 


STATE 


federal 


APPROPRIATIONS 


OTHER"* 


MAKYI.AND 


$2,549,117,639 




$14/, 407, 652 


$1,434,686,307 


$24,197,813 


BALTIMORE MSA 












• 


,1% 


174,810,728 


,608,611 


121, 


923,166 




21 1,314,503 


,'-83 


10,412,9 


131,250,328 


1,521,574 


liult la 


, 1 , 728 


63,866,373 


,794 


240,569,746 


1,122,815 




,604,150 


22,930,506 


2,423,127 


29,807,781 


320,535 


Harford 


81,656,736 


vl, 040, 065 


5,228,228 


41,394,833 


993,610 


- ird 


96,845,574 


23,279,044 


2,732,634 


69,431,808 


1,313,110 




16,411,! 


5,654,820 


1,412,228 


8,873,772 





WASHINGTON, U.C. MSA: 












MARY1.AND PORTION 












: ' 


27,776,679 


7,278,891 


1,737,185 


18,316,998 


68, 960 


Lea 


52,611,242 


22,955,321 


. 188,777 


24,788,926 


1,173,947 


rick 


71,208,985 


,071,043 


, 146,233 


39,348,882 


1,188,024 


<nery 


,702,054 


48,171,134 


12,238,310 


361,632,276 


3,644,069 


•orge's 


357,849,944 


121,798,671 


19,926,545 


209,384,587 


6,629,4/7 


WESTERN MARYLAND 












Mny 


34,454,981 


15,851,101 


3,077,654 


14,895,797 


624,970 


ett 


16,161,053 


8,289,438 


1,885,131 


5,744,003 


231,485 


Washington 


56,842,283 


21,897,216 


4,514,516 


28,415,520 


1,993,356 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 












SI . H i 


35,840,566 


15,753,310 


3,836,597 


15,808,288 


409,1/8 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 












Cecil 


34,382,474 


16,134,056 


2,008,607 


15,902,015 


333,636 


■ 


8, -146, 200 


3,198,780 


635,386 


4,356,295 


248,026 


me 


12,640,339 


6,573,063 


1,133,916 


4,741,523 


50,000 


Talbot 


11,963,344 


2,445,699 


919,225 


8,311,064 


287,206 


1.0WER EASTERN SHORE 












Dorch* 


16,444,429 


7,227,607 


1,929,058 


6,741,783 


105,524 


Wicomico 


34,118,393 


14,377,665 


2,319,405 


16,325,073 


625,243 


Worcester 


18,703,187 


2,822,745 


1,482,218 


14,235,306 


33,070 


^et 


10,239,064 


5,256,999 


1,615,341 


3,007,012 


356,832 



•Includes revenue for purchase of replacement and additional equipment for current expense purposes, and 
federal and state revenue for food service operations. Excludes value of U.S.D.A. commodities. 
Excludes teachers' retirement and social security paid directly by the state. 

Nnnrevenue sources: Sale of property, net insurance proceeds, and other miscellaneous sources 
which may incur future obligations. 

tuition, transportation fees, transfers of funds from school units in other states, and 
miscellaneous other sources. 

Sourer: Maryland State Department of Education, Office of Management Information Systems, Selected 
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No. 40 



■■PW.IJ— IN STATE ACCREDITED FOUR YEAR C0U.EGES AND UNIVERSITIES: FA1J. 1986 



O0LLBB8 OR UNIVERSITY 



TOTAL 



UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATE & PROK. 



FULL 
TIME 



PART 
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FULL 
TIME 



PART 
TIME 



Total Enrollaent, All Institutions 



138,770 71,824 34,051 12,100 20,795 



Public Institutions, Total 


105,549 


57,480 


28,016 


8,023 


12,030 


State Colleges & Universities 












(under Bd. of Trustees of SU&C) 












Bowie State College 


2,903 


1,171 


890 


135 


707 


Coppin State College 


2,312 


1,464 


615 


44 


189 


Frostburg State College 


3,71b 


2,877 


408 


60 


371 


Salisbury State College 


4,708 


3,315 


984 


44 


365 


Towson State University 


15,411 


9,479 


4,722 


112 


1,098 


University of Baltimore 


5,020 


944 


1,729 


1,086 


1,261 


Morgan State University 


3,752 


2,560 


620 


247 


325 


St. Mary's College 


1,396 


1,192 


204 


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- 


University of Maryland 












Baltimore City 


4,563 


876 


116 


2,575 


996 


Baltimore County 


9,267 


6,142 


2,399 


251 


475 


College Park 


38,639 


25,246 


5,116 


3,418 


4,859 


Eastern Shore 


1,331 


1,087 


171 


13 


60 


University College 


12,531 


1,127 


10,042 


38 


1,324 


Independent Institutions, Total 


33,221 


14,344 


6,035 


4,077 


8,765 


Baltimore Hebrew College 


212 


39 


81 


92 


- 


Capitol Institute of Tech. 


1,022 


421 


601 


- 


- 


Columbia Union College 


1,031 


484 


547 


- 


- 


Eastern Christian College 


48 


43 


5 


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Goucher College 


826 


657 


140 


25 


4 


Hood College 


1,952 


805 


331 


22 


794 


Johns Hopkins University 


11,609 


2,651 


1,644 


2,851 


4,463 


Loyola College 


5,232 


2,726 


282 


208 


2,016 


Maryland Institute of Art 


1,257 


722 


412 


75 


48 


Villa Julie College 


1,141 


712 


429 


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Mount St. Mary's College 


1,769 


1,348 


52 


162 


207 


Ner Israel Rabbinical College 


330 


208 


- 


122 


- 


College of Notre Dame of MD 


1,886 


510 


1,193 


- 


183 


Peabody Institute of 












Johns Hopkins University 


472 


224 


26 


154 


68 


St. John's College 


419 


384 


7 


19 


9 


St. Mary's Seminary & Univ. 


325 


20 


- 


110 


195 


Sojourner-Douglass 


402 


370 


32 


- 


- 


Washington Bible College 


431 


162 


145 


63 


61 


Washington College 


921 


785 


49 


1 


86 


Washington Theological Union 


332 


- 


- 


120 


212 


Western Maryland College 


1,604 


1,073 


59 


53 


419 


Source: Maryland State Board for Higher 


Education, 


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1986. 







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FACULTY IN PUBLIC I NST 1 TUT I ONS OK II1CHKK EDUCATION: FALL 1986 



FUU. -time 



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filWUNITY COLLEGES- TOTAL 









2,825 



611 



>16 



444 



152 



38 



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>;)eake College 
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Essex C.C. 
Frederick C.C. 

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Hagerstown Jr. Coll. 
Harford C.C. 
Howard C. , 
Montgomery 
College: Rockville 
Takoma Pk. 
Germantown 
Prince George's C.C. 
Wich Tech. C.C. 



53 


21 


43 


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252 


51 


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45 


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158 


39 


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52 


71 


58 


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45 


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13 


10 


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94 


4 


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34 


33 


42 


21 


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14 


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4 


153 


24 


224 


56 


64 


1. 


15 


2 





11 


145 


7 


10 


21 


1 


2 


4 


10 


3 


J 


2 


5 


6 


1 


43 


8 


84 


25 


14 


11 


2 


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65 


13 


130 


10 


3M 


19 


9 


1 





46 


153 


8 


8 


17 


8 


5 


159 


74 


363 


150 


40 


36 


7 


- 


28 


44 


114 


36 


14 


18 


4 


- 


11 


18 


80 


16 


9 


4 


- 


- 


166 


55 


323 


108 


87 


22 


4 


4 





25 


36 


2 


6 


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7 


1 



STATE COI J,.' S AMD UN IV. -TOTAL 2,451 



2,321 



2,561 



,099 



1,188 



1,267 



385 



Scarce: Maryland State Board for Higher Education, Division of Research, Planning and Information Systems, 
unpublished data. 



843 



bowie State College 


53 


40 


90 


29 


22 


37 


2 


-* 
j 


Coppin State College 


56 


44 


50 


28 


30 


34 


7 


1 


Frostburg State College 


130 


60 


42 


63 


44 


58 


20 


5 


Morgan State Univ. 


143 


71 


143 


21 


5 


6 


3 


181 


Salisbury State College 


117 


60 


65 


58 


57 


42 


21 


1 


St. Mary's Coll. of MD 


12 


61 


33 


11 


26 


29 


7 


- 


Towson State University 


300 


147 


386 


96 


107 


203 


37 


4 


Univ. of Baltimore 


76 


65 


119 


43 


38 


59 


1 


- 


UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 


















Baltimore 


304 


607 


336 


141 


230 


310 


124 


110 


Bait • mty 


188 


174 


207 


71 


108 


89 


49 


46 




1,046 


919 


483 


532 


508 


361 


103 


461 


i n Shore 


26 


70 


19 


6 


13 


39 


8 


31 


.' College 





3 


588 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 



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AVERAGE SALAKIKS OK FACULTY* IN PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS OK II1GHKK EDUCATION: KAU. 1986 



AIJ. 

FULL ASSOCIATE ASSISTANT RANKS 

PROFESSOR PROFESSOR PROFESSOR INSTRUCTOR AVERAGE 



COMUNIT? COLLEGES 



Allegany C.C. 
Anne Arundel C.C. 
Catonsville C.C. 
Cecil C.C. 
Charles County C.C. 
Chesapeake College 
C.C. of Baltimore 
Dundalk C.C. 
Essex C.C. 
Frederick C.C. 
Garrett C.C 
Hagerstown Jr. Coll. 
Harford C.C. 
Howard C.C. 
Montgomery C.C. 
Prince George's C.C. 
Wor-Wich C.C. 



$31,800 


$25,900 


$22,000 


$20,400 


$24,100 


41,100 


35,000 


28,200 


24,600 


33,700 


42,500 


35,400 


29,700 


23,400 


34,600 


33,400 


30,000 


25,500 


19,100 


26,400 


3b, 900 


32,700 


24,700 


18,300 


28,800 


32,700 


28,200 


23,000 


19,500 


25,000 


35,200 


29,200 


25,600 


21,400 


27,600 


38,500 


29,400 


28,300 


22,900 


31,700 


43,400 


33,900 


28,900 


22,200 


34,600 


39,400 


29,500 


23,700 


22,200 


27,900 


27,500 


22,500 


20,900 


16,300 


20,400 


32,500 


28,900 


22,500 


20,800 


29,000 


39,000 


34,900 


31,100 


22,100 


33,000 


39,200 


33, GOO 


26,500 


20,600 


27,300 


39,700 


31,200 


26,900 


23,300 


35,200 


38,900 


33,600 


26,500 


21,900 


35,200 


31,900 


30,000 


26,200 


22,600 


26,600 



STATE COLLEGES AND UNTV. 



Bowie State College 

Coppin State College 

Frostburg State Coll. 

Morgan State Univ. 

Salisbury State Coll. 

St. Mary's Coll. of Md. 

Towson State Univ. 

Univ. of Bait.** 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore County 
College Park 
Eastern Shore 
University College 



41,600 


35,300 


28,300 


20,600 


32,600 


40,900 


32,400 


27,200 


23,000 


32,300 


39,100 


31,500 


27,500 


23,700 


32,200 


45,600 


35,900 


30,700 


24,600 


35,000 


39,800 


31,500 


25,800 


21,500 


30,500 


41,400 


32,600 


25,000 


22,100 


30,700 


41,900 


35,400 


28,300 


22,200 


32,900 


47,400 


39,400 


31,400 


24,700 


38,400 


55,300 


43,900 


32,600 


24,200 


39,100 


51,500 


36,600 


30,600 


22,200 


35,800 


52,800 


38,000 


31,200 


23,200 


40,100 


39,400 


35,400 


33,200 


27,700 


31,300 



* Average salaries of faculty with 9, 10 or 12 month contracts. 

**Including law 

Note: No information on Lecturer /Other or on University College. 

Source: Maryland State Board for Higher Education, Division of Research, Planning and Information 
Systems, unpublished data. 



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NO. 46 

NUMBER OK BEDS IN HOSPITALS IN MARYIJVND 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 



NUMHKR Oh' 
BEDS IN 
HOSPITALS' ' * 
AS OF APRIL 1987 



NUMBKR OF 
BEDS IN 
LICENSED 
INSTITUTIONS' ** 
AS OF APRIL 1987 



MARYLAND 

BALTIMORE MSA 
Baltimore City 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore Cnty 
Carroll 
ilarford 
Howard 
Queen Anne's 

WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 

MARYLAND PORTION 

Montgomery 

Prince George's 

Calvert 

Charles 

Frederick 

WESTERN MARYLAND 

Allegany 

Garrett 

Washington 

SOUTHERN MARYLAND 
St. Mary's 

UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 

Kent 

Caroline 

Talbot 

IX)WER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 
Wicomico 
Worcester 
Somerset 



21,464 



7,639 

1,217 

3,133 

1,424 

494 

677 

N/A 



724 
539 
157 
131 
233 



668 

76 

564 



114 



3 66 
150 
N/A 
214 



500 

604 

N/A 

40 



31, 70S 



6,082 
1,575 
7,387 
763 
501 
444 
192 



4,657 

2,708 

150 

266 

107 



778 

343 

1,521 



441 



330 

94 

223 

429 



310 

1,118 

281 



: 
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'^Includes Acute General Hospitals, Chronic Care Hospitals, 
Psychiatric Institutions, hospitals in Penal Institutions, 
Special Hospitals and Comprehensive Rehabilitation Facility. 

(>> Includes Nursing Homes, Intermediate Care Facilities 

(Alcoholic), Domiciliary Care, Residential Treatment Centers 

r Emotionally Disturbed Children and/or Adolescents, 
Intermediate Care Facilities for the Mentally Retarded, and 
Therapeutic Group Homes - Mental Health. 

Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 

Division of Licensing and Certification, Directory of 
Acute General Hospitals and Special Hospitals, April 1987 
Directory of Licensed Facilities, May 198 ' . 



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NO. 47 

PATIENT POPULATION, STATE PSYCHIATRIC INPATIENT FACILITIES: 
FISCAL YEARS 1975 - 1986 



FISCAL 
YEAR 


AVERAGE SIZE 
OF PATIENT 
POPULATION 


TOTAL NUMBER 
TREATED 


ADMISSIONS 


TOTAL NET 
RELEASES" 


1986 




2,646 


10,525 


7,468 


7,214 


1985 




2,628 


10,066 


6,883 


6,886 


1984 




2,702 


10,412 


6,987 


7 , 103 


1983 




2,940 


11,301 


7,734 


7,736 


1982 




3,218 


12,921 


8,327 


8,525 


1981 




3,469 


13,066 


8,924 


8,964 


1980 




3,688 


15,145 


10,497 


10,750 


1979 




3,724 


15,365 


10,656 


10,645 


1978 




3,891 


15,643 


10,770 


10,539 


19/7 




4,078 


16,478 


11,158 


11,111 


1976 




4,205 


16,118 


10,366 


10,318 


1975 




4,665 


17,918 


10,885 


10,898 



"Hospital discharge plus placements on long term leave minus 
returns to hospital from long term leave. 

Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Mental 

Hygiene Administration, Division of Management Information 
Services, Statistical Report for Fiscal Year 1986, and 
earlier issues. 



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MO. 18 

MARYLAND WEATHER STATIONS, BY REGION 
FOR WHICH CLLHATOLOGICAL DATA ARE PRESENTED 



LATITUDE LONGITUDE ELEVATION 

(NORTH) (WEST) (FT. ABOVE SEA LEVEL) 



WESTERN MARYLAND 



Cumberland (Allegany County) 
Hagerstown (Washington County) 
Hancock (Washington County) 
Oakland (Garrett County) 



39" 38' 


78" 4b' 


945 


39" 39* 


77" 44' 


560 


39" 42' 


7"" 11' 


428 


39" 24' 


7"o 24' 


2,420 



CENTRAL MARYLAND 



Baltimore National Weather Service 

(Baltimore City--Customs House) 
Baltimore National Weather Service 

(Baltimore-Washington International Airport) 
College Park (Prince George's County) 
Conowingo Dam (Harford County) 
Frederick (Frederick County) 
Rockville (Montgomery County) 
Woodstock (Howard County) 
Westminster (Carroll County) 



39" 17' 



76" 37' 



14 



39" 11' 


76" 40' 


148 


38" 59' 


76" 57' 


70 


39" 39' 


76" 10' 


40 


39" 24' 


77" 22' 


435 


39" 07' 


77" 06' 


400 


39" 20' 


70" 52' 


415 


39" 33' 


76" 58' 


770 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 



La Plata (Charles County) 
Patuxent (St. Mary's County) 



38" 32' 
38" 20' 



77" 00' 
76" 25' 



140 
30 



UPPER EASTERN SHORE 



Chestertown (Kent County) 
Denton (Caroline County) 



39" 13' 
38" 53' 



76" 04' 
75" 48' 



35 
40 



LOWER EASTERN SHORE 



Cambridge (Dorchester County) 
Royal Oak (Talbot County) 
Salisbury (Wicomico County) 



38" 34* 


76" 04' 


38" 43' 


76" 11* 


38" 22' 


75" 35' 



5 
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MO. 53 

KOREST LAND AREA IN MARYLAND AND NEIGHBORING STATES 
AND THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES: JANUARY 1, 1977 





UNITED 




PENNSYL- 






WEST 




STATES 


MARYLAND 


VANIA 


DELAWARE 


VIRGINIA 


VIRGINIA 




1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


TYPE 


Acres 


Acres 


Acres 


Acres 


Acres 


Acres 


Total Land Area 


2,254,792 


6,289 


28,592 


1,233 


25,286 


15,335 


Forest Land Area 


736,558 


2,653 


16,826 


392 


16,417 


11,669 


% of Total Land 


32.7 


42.2 


58.8 


31.8 


64.9 


76.1 


Commercial Forest Land 


482,486 


2,523 


15,924 


384 


15,939 


11,484 


% of all Forest Land 


65.5 


95.1 


94.6 


98.0 


97.1 


98.4 


Non-Conriercial Forest 














Land 


254,073 


131 


902 


7 


479 


185 


% of all Forest Land 


34.5 


4.9 


5.4 


1.8 


2.9 


1.6 


Reserved Forest Land 


20,664 


109 


532 


2 


375 


124 


Source: U.S. Department 


of Agriculture, Forest 


Service, An Analysis of 


the Timber 




Situation in the 


United States 1952-2030, Forest 1 


Resource Report No. 23, 





L 



December 1982, Table 3.1. 






HO. 54 

COMMERCIAL FOREST LAUD AREA BY STAHD SIZE CLASS 

IN MARYLAND AND NEIGHBORING STATES 

AND THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES: JANDARY 1, 1977 



STAND-SIZE UNITED PENNSYL- WEST 

CLASS STATES MARYLAND VANIA DELAWARE VIRGINIA VIRGINIA 



Total 1,000 Acres 482,486 2,523 15,924 384 15,939 11,484 
Percent of U.S. Total .52 3.30 .08 3.30 2.38 

Sawtimber 215,436 1,413 7,626 207 6,339 5,076 

1,000 Acres 

Pole Timber 135,610 666 5,008 83 5,991 3,960 

1,000 Acres 

Seedling & Sapling 115,032 438 3,084 94 3,356 2,306 
1,000 Acres 

Nonstocked 16,408 6 206 252 142 

1,000 Acres 



Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, An Analysis of the Timber 
Situation in the United States 1952-2030, Forest Resource Report No. 23, 
December 1982, Table 3.7. 



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MO. 55 



CttWKRCIAL FOREST IJWD 0WMERSH1P BY TYPE OK OWNER II MARYLAND AMD MEIGHBORJJG STATES 
AMD THE COMTIMEMTAL UMITED STATES: JANUARY 1, 1977 



TYPE OF OWNERSHIP UNIT 



UMITED PEMMSYL- WEST 

STATES MARYLAND VANLA DELAWARE VIRGINIA VIRGINIA 



All Ownerships 


1,000 
Acres 


482,486 


2,523 


15,924 


384 


15,939 


11,484 


Federal 


1,000 
Acres 


99,410 


25 


503 


1 


1,669 


892 




Per Cent 


20.6 


1 


3.2 


.3 


10.5 


7.8 


Indian 


1,000 
Acres 


6,062 











1 







Per Cent 


1.3 











• 





State 


1,000 
Acres 


23,415 


185 


2,796 


13 


183 


229 




Per Cent 


4.9 


7.3 


17.6 


3.4 


1.1 


2.0 


County & Municipal 


1,000 
Acres 


6,834 


33 


173 





69 







Per Cent 


1.4 


1.3 


1.1 


0.0 


0.4 


0.0 


Private 


1,000 
Acres 


346,764 


2,280 


12,453 


370 


14,017 


10,363 




Per Cent 


71.9 


90.4 


78.2 


96.4 


87.9 


90.2 


Farm 


1,000 
Acres 


115,777 


1,028 


3,513 


178 


6,210 


1,928 




Per Cent 


24.0 


40.7 


22.1 


46.4 


39.0 


16.8 


Wood Using 


1,000 


68,782 


139 


964 


30 


1,670 


880 


Industries 


Acres 
















Per Cent 


14.3 


5.5 


6.1 


7.8 


10.5 


7.7 


Other 


1,000 
Acres 


162,205 


1,113 


7,976 


163 


6,137 


7,556 




Per Cent 


33.6 


44.1 


50.1 


42.4 


38.5 


65.8 



"Less than .05 per cent. 

Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, An Analysis of the Timber 
Situation in the United States 1952-2030, Forest Resource Report No. 23, 
December 1982, Table 3.4. 



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NO. 56 

NET VOLUME OF GROW IMG STOCK AMD SAWTIMBER ON CCW1ERC1AL FOREST UUID 

BY OUNERSHIP AMU NET ANNUAL GROWTH IN MARYLAND AND NEIGHBORING STATES AND 

THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES: 1977 







UNITED 




PENNSYL- 






WEST 


TYPE 


UNIT 


STATES 


MARYLAND 


VANIA 


DELAWARE 


VIRGINIA 


VIRGINIA 


Growing Stock 


Million Cu. Ft. 


710, 968 


3,492 


23,403 


625 


19,656 


14,153 


Percent of Eastern U.S. 


Total * 




0.93 


6.24 


0.17 


5.24 


3.77 


Softwoods 


ii 


455,779 


793 


1,778 


169 


5,512 


1,092 


Hardwoods 


ii 


255,189 


2,699 


21,625 


456 


14,144 


13,061 


Ownership 


ii 














Federal 


ii 


288,450 





1,244 





1,803 


1,980 


State,County, etc. 


ii 


75,523 


342 


4,388 


26 


821 


309 


Private 


n 


407,016 


3,150 


17,771 


598 


17,033 


11,864 


Net Annual Growth ts ° 


Thousand Cu. Ft. 


21,664,316 


111,000 


847,944 


19,972 


823,168 


487,703 


Softwoods 


ii 


12,284,741 


24,900 


48,567 


3,966 


247,205 


61,098 


Hardwoods 


ii 


9,379,575 


86,100 


799,377 


16,006 


575,963 


426,605 


Sawtimber 


Million Cu. Ft. 


2,578,940 


8,166 


34,252 


1,393 


53,771 


28,934 


Percent of Eastern U.S. 


Total » 




0.84 


3.52 


0.14 


5.52 


2.97 


Softwoods 


ii 


1,985,408 


1,726 


3,714 


408 


16,134 


2,901 


Hardwoods 


ii 


593,532 


6,440 


30,538 


985 


37,637 


26,033 


Ownership 


n 














Federal 


ti 


1,058,386 





2 





4,978 


4,404 


State, County, etc. 


ii 


286,099 


697 


6,426 


62 


2,423 


563 


Private 


ii 


1,234,455 


7,469 


25,652 


1,331 


46,369 


23,967 


Net Annual Growth lJ> 


Thousand Cu. Ft. 


74,620,832 


298,000 


1,443,542 


46,962 


2,788,806 


1,020,005 


Softwoods 


ii 


49,691,670 


75,000 


103,661 


11,592 


826,419 


192,519 


Hardwoods 


ii 


24,929,162 


223,000 


1,339,881 


35,370 


1,962,387 


827,486 



^Included are: the North--New England, Middle Atlantic, Lake States and Central Regions, 
the South— South Atlantic, East Gulf, Central Gulf and West Gulf Regions. 



<2>| 



"Net Annual Growth" figures are for 1976. 



Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, An Analysis of the Timber 
Situation in the United States 1952-2030, Forest Resource Report No. 23, 
December 1982, Table 3.-9, 10, 11, 12, 45 and 46. 



-8/- 





0.32 


1.33 


,985,408 


1,726 


3,714 




0.09 


0.19 


593,532 


6,440 


30,538 



Percent of 

U.S. Total 0.09 0.19 0.02 0.81 0.15 

Hardwood 593,532 6,440 30,538 985 37,637 26,033 

Percent of 

U.S. Total 1.09 5.15 0.17 6.34 4.39 



Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, An Analysis of the Timber 
Situation in the United States 1952-2030, Forest Resource Report No. 23, 
December 1982, Tables 3.11, 3.12. 



... 



no. 57 

NET VOLUME OF LIVE SAMTIMBEH IN SAWT1MBER STANDS 

ON COMMERCIAL FOREST I .AND IN MARYIAND AND NEIGHBORING STATES 

AND THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES: 1977 



STAND SIZE UNITED PENNSYL- WEST 

CLASS STATES MAKYIjAND VAN I A DELAWARE VIRGINIA VIRGINIA 



Sawtimber 

Million Bd. Ft. 2,578,940 8,166 34,252 1,393 53,7/1 28,934 

Percent of 

U.S. Total 0.32 1.33 0.05 2.09 1.12 

Softwood 1,985,408 1,726 3,714 408 16,134 2,901 



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NO. 58 

NET VOLUHK OF SAWTIHBER ON COWERC1AL TIHBERLAND IN 
MARYLAND, BY SPEdES AS OP JANUARY 1, 1977 







SAWTTMBER 






GROWING STOCK 


SPECIES 




MILLION BD. 


PT. 




MILLION CD. FT. 


Total Softwoods 






1,726 




Eastern Softwoods, Total 




793 


Shortleaf & Loblolly 


Pines 




1,239 




Shortleaf & Loblolly Pines 




483 


Other Yellow Pines 






420 




Other Yellow Pines 




251 


Eastern Red & White 


Pines 




29 




Eastern Red & White Pines 




42 


Other Eastern Softwoods 




38 




Other Eastern Softwoods 




17 


Total Hardwoods 






6,440 




Eastern Hardwoods, Total 




2699 


Select White Oaks 






1,005 




Select White Oaks 




400 


Select Red Oaks 






481 




Select Red Oaks 




186 


Other White Oaks 






382 




Other White Oaks 




180 


Other Red Oaks 






1,216 




Other Red Oaks 




468 


Hickory 






253 




Hickory 




115 


Hard Maple 






51 




Hard Maple 




34 


Soft Maple 






515 




Soft Maple 




281 


Beech 






288 




Beech 




95 


Sweetgum 






455 




Sweetgum 




221 


Tupelo and Blackgum 






213 




Tupelo and Blackgum 




99 


Ash 






134 




Ash 




71 


Yellow Poplar 






1,070 




Yellow Poplar 




351 


Black Walnut 






35 




Black Walnut 




18 


Black Cherry 






43 




Black Cherry 




28 


Other Eastern Hardwoods 




300 




Other Eastern Hardwoods 




154 


Source: U.S. Department of 


Agriculture, 


Forest Service, An Analysis of the 


Timber 




Situation in 


the United 


States 1952- 


2030, Forest Resource Report No 


i. 23, 





December 1982, Table 3.-13, 14, 15 and 16. 



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NO. 59 

ANNUAL CUT AND NET ANNUAL GROWTH OK GROWING STOCK ON 
COMMERCIAL FOREST I .AND IN MARYIJVND, BY SPECIES GROUPS: 

1976 



SPECIES GROUP 



ANNUAL CUT 
CU. FT. 
(1,000) 



NET GROWTH 
CU. FT. 
(1,000) 



Al I Spec les 
Softwoods 
Hardwoods 



63,475 
20,801 
42,674 



111, 00 
24,900 
86,100 



Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, 

An Anaiysis of the Timber Situation in the United 
States 1952-20 30, Forest Resource Report No. 23, 
December 1982, Tabie 3.45. 



NO. 60 

ANNUAL CUT AND NET ANNUAL GROWTH OF LIVE SAWTIMBER ON 
COMMERCIAL FOREST LAND IN MARYLAND, BY SPECIES GROUPS: 

1976 



SPECIES GROUP 



ANNUAL CUT 
BD. FT. 
(1,000) 



NET GROWTH 
BD. FT. 
( 1,000) 



All Species 
Softwoods 
Hardwoods 



190,186 

52,304 

137,882 



298,000 

75,000 

223,000 



Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, 

A n Analysis of the Timber Situation in the United 

ates 1952-2030, Forest Resource Report No. 23, 
December 1982, Table 3.46. 



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NO. 61 



VOLUME OF FOREST PRODUCTS HARVESTED* IN MARYLAND: 

(INTERNATIONAL 1/4" RULE) 



1985 



TOTAL ALL 
SOFTWOOD* x > HARDWOOD ( 2 * SPECIES 
THOUSANDS BOARD FEET 



Totals 



68,462 



116,658 



185,120 



Western Region 




191 


Allegany 




23 


Frederick 




49 


Garrett 




119 


Washington 







Southern Region 


4 


,024 


Anne Arundel 




402 


Calvert 




203 


Charles 




987 


Howard 




2 


Montgomery 




4 


Prince George's 




251 


St. Mary's 


2 


,175 


Eastern Region 


63 


,501 


Caroline 







Dorchester 


15 


r 830 


Somerset 


11 


r 670 


Talbot 


2 


r 036 


Wicomico 


18 


r 996 


Worcester 


14 


r 969 


Central Region 




746 


Baltimore 







Carroll 




80 


Cecil 







Harford 




1 


Kent 







Queen Anne ' s 




665 



12 

1 
2 
7 
1 

43 
5 
6 

14 
2 
1 
4 
7 

33 
3 

11 
1 
2 
9 
5 

27 
9 
3 

1 
5 
3 
4 



295 
263 
068 
195 
769 

137 
424 
665 
114 
640 
794 
912 
588 

598 
734 
254 
499 
178 
455 
478 

628 
273 
473 
354 
017 
924 
587 



12 
1 
2 

7 

1 

47 
5 
6 

15 
2 
1 
5 
9 

97 
3 
27 
13 
4 
28 
20 

28 
9 
3 
1 
5 
3 
5 



486 
286 
117 
314 
769 

161 
826 
868 
101 
642 
798 
163 
763 

099 
734 
084 
169 
214 
451 
447 

374 
273 
553 
354 
018 
924 
252 



"Figures apply to County in which timber is cut. 

<:L> Softwood includes Loblolly Pine, Virginia Pine and 
other softwood. 

<2) Hardwood includes Ash, Blach Cherry, Sweet Red Gum, 
Hard Maple, Soft Maple, Red Oak, White Oak, Yellow 
Poplar, Black Walnut and other hardwood. 

Source: Maryland Department of Natural Resources. 



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NO. 62 
FOREST FIRES IN MARYLAND, BY CAUSE: 1986 





NUMBER 


ACRES 


PERCENT 


OF 


PERCENT OF 


CAUSE 


OF FIRES 


BURNED 


TOTAL FIRES 


ACRES BURNED 


Lightning 


20 


61 


1.7 




1.2 


Campf ire 


17 


20 


1.5 




0.4 


Smoking 


100 


147 


8.7 




3.0 


Debris Burning 


285 


364 


24.7 




7.4 


Arson 


296 


3405 


25.7 




69.4 


Equipment use 


80 


187 


6.9 




3.8 


Railroads 


27 


196 


2.3 




4.0 


Children 


98 


100 


8.5 




2.0 


Miscellaneous 


230 


426 


19.9 




8.7 


TOTAL STATE 


1153 


4906 


100.0 




100.0 



Source: Maryland Department of Natural Resources, 
Forest, Parks, and Wildlife Service. 



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NO. 63 



1.ANDINGS IN 
BY QUANTITY 



MARYI.AND 
AND VAI.UI 



CHESAPEAKE REGION 
',* ■ > : 1986 AND L985 







1906 








L985 




SPEC IKS (1 


,000 Pounds 


) ($1,< 


D00) 


( 1,000 


Pounds 


) ($1, 


,000) 


TOTAL, All Species 


88,831 


51 


,450 


91, 


,931 


47, 


,418 


F INF ISH 


10,026 


3 


,571 


7, 


,719 


2, 


,025 


Alewives 


246 




19 




185 




24 


Bluef ish 


439 




70 




427 




71 


Butterf ish 


24 




8 




14 




6 


Croaker 


135 




49 










Flounder, Black 


6 




5 




10 




8 


Flounder, Fluke 


346 




394 




476 




453 


Hake, Red 


7 




1 




18 




2 


Mackerel, Atlantic 










38 




5 


Menhaden 


5,344 




357 


4, 


,747 




243 


Scup (Porgy) 


30 




18 




36 




15 


Sea Bass, Black 


397 




246 




198 




142 


Sea Trout, Gray 


353 




211 




156 




90 


Shark, Dogfish 


14 




6 










Shark, Unclassified 


19 




17 




30 




17 


Striped Bass 


8 




8 




20 




29 


Swordf ish 


277 




841 










Tilefish 


1 




1 










Tuna, Albacore 


3 




2 










Tuna, Bluefin 


2 




4 










Tuna, Yellowfin 


81 




148 










Tuna, Bigeye 


59 




232 










Tuna, Unclassified 


22 




67 




26 




74 


Whiting 


3 




1 










Fish, Other 


2,210 




866 


1 


,338 




846 


SHELLFISH 


78,805 


47 


,879 


84 


,212 


45 


,393 


Crabs, Blue 


48,108 


18 


,142 


51 


,993 


16 


,928 


Crabs, Other 


457 




81 


3 


,379 


6 


,220 


Clams, Ocean Quahogs 


11,970 


3 


,558 


13 


,216 


4 


,027 


Clams, Soft 


769 


2 


,778 


1 


,184 


3 


,379 


Clams, Surf 


8,717 


4 


,982 


8 


,906 


4 


,944 


Lobster, American 


50 




172 




73 




249 


Oyster meats 


6,828 


14 


,420 


5 


,318 


9 


,586 


Scallops 


2 




12 










Squid 


65 




19 




125 




32 


Shellfish-other 


1,839 


3 


,715 




18 




28 



(1) Value given the worth of the catch as it comes off the boat. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, National Marine Fisheries, Service 
Office of Data Management, Landings for the State of Maryland in 
the Chesapeake Region, 1985 and l9B6. 



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NO. 04 



SEAFOOD PROCESSED PRODUCTS, NAKYLAMD: 198b, 1983, 1981, 1979 



Percent Change 



ITEM 198b 1983 1981 1979 198b/83 1983/81 1981/79 

Value (In thousands)"* lib, 943 119,48b 100,964 123,126 -3.0% 18.3% -18.0% 

Wholesale and 
Processing 

Number of Establishments 139 i43 161 168 -2.8% -11.2% -4.2% 

Persons 

Average Per Season*'* 3,932 3,402 3,224 3,921 lb. 6% b.b% -17.8% 

Average Per Year 2,886 2,bb6 2,407 2,928 12.9% 6.2% -17.8% 



n> Value constitutes the gross amount received by the producer at the production point; 
no deductions are made for commissions or expenses. 

ijf> Derived by dividing the number of employees by the number of months of operation. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, National Marine Fisheries Service, 
Processed Fishery Products, Annual Summary for years stated. 






NO. 65 

HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSE SALE, MARYLAND: 
FISCAL YEARS 1986, 1985, AND 1984 



TYPE OF LICENSE 



1986 



1985 



1984 



Hunting 

Resident 
Senior Resident 
Junior Resident 
Non-resident 
Deer Stamps 
Senior Deer Stamps 
Regulated Shooting Area 
Duck. Blind, Gunning Rig 
Waterfowl Stamps 
3-Day Non-resident 
Duplicates 

Fishing 

Resident 

Non-resident 

7-Day Non-resident 

Potomac River <:L> 

Trout Stamps 

Senior Trout Stamps 

Live Bait Dealers 

Duplicates 

Bay Sport Stamps 

Bay Sport Licenses 

Bay Pleasure Decal 

Bay 3 -Day 

Bay 6 - Charters 

Bay 7 - Charters 

Duplicate Licenses Bay 



127,850 


125,522 


127,905 


9,661 


9,013 


9,614 


9,825 


10,244 


11,278 


10,090 


10,247 


9,761 


161,351 


154,365 


151,974 


6,942 


6,328 


7,721 


1,400 


693 


386 


3,708 


3,455 


3,169 


67,332 


66,186 


65,710 


16,662 


15,495 


12,439 


360 


355 


331 


175,985 


154,838 


118,995 


10,949 


8,613 


6,745 


6,317 


5,438 


4,839 


369 


106 


298 


51,682 


42,920 


42,328 


10,259 


7,149 


6,908 


9 


7 


3 


293 


218 


203 


86,889 


66,160 


-- 


64,521 


40,116 


-- 


33,429 


25,556 


-- 


7,490 


3,377 


-- 


242 


214 


-- 


103 


102 


-- 


257 


111 


-- 



<x) Virginia, West Virginia, and Potomac grouped together. 

Source: Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Licensing Division 



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NO. 66 
MINERAL PRODUCTION IN MARYLAND 1 ": 1986 AND 198b 



MINERAL 



1*386* 



HUB 

QUANTITY ($1,000) 



1985 



VALUE 
QUANTITY ($1,000) 



NONKUEL 

Cement 

Masonry (1000 short tons) 
Portland (1000 short tons) 

Clays'"'" (1000 short tons) 

Gemstones 

l.i me (1000 short tons) 

Sand and Gravel (1000 short tons) 

Stone (1000 short tons) 
Crushed 
Dimension 

Combined Value of Clays (Ball Clay), 
Peat, Sand and Gravel (industrial) 
and Items Indicated by the Symbol W 

Total Nonfuel Minerals 



BITUMINOUS COAL (1000 short tons) 4,179 
NATURAL GAS (1,000,000 cubic feet) NA 



105 


5,800 




P 


■ 


1,800 


92,800 




U 


1 


351 


1,756 




336 


1,647 


NA 


U 




NA 


2 


9 


543 




10 


608 


16,700 


67,300 


17 


,000°° 


58,000'"* 


26,200 


123,500 




24,406 


98,584 


21 


1,286 




18 


1,218 



XX 



1,028 


XX 


98,215 


294,013 


XX 


258,274 


109,072' " 


2,985 


81,789 <:1> 


NA 


39 


23 



e-- Estimated. P--Preliminary. XX--Not applicable. NA--Not available. 

W- -Withheld to avoid disclosing individual company confidential data; value 

included with "Combined Value" figure. 

1 > Producton as measured by mine shipments, sales, or marketable production 

ides ball clay; value Included with "Combined Value" figure 

[ v> Based on EIA estimated average mine price per short ton: 1986 : $26.10 (P); 
1985 : $27.40 

Source: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, Mineral Industry Survey Annual, 
i mi nary prepared January 15, 1987. 
Department oi . Knergy Information Administration, Natural Gas Annual, 1985, 
ised November 1986; Coal Production 1985; Quarterly Coal Report, Jan. -Mar. 1987. 



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NO. 67 

VALUE OF NONFUEL MHERAL PRODUCTION, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION:' 

1983 and 1982 



POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 


1983 
($1,000) 


1982 
($1,000) 


MINERALS PRODUCED IN 1983 
IN ORDER OF VALUE 


MARYLAND 


199,409 


170,991 




Undistributed 


160,245 


75,081 




BALTIMORE MSA 

Anne Arundel 
Baltimore €a> 
Carroll 
Harford 
Howard 
Queen Anne's 


« 

H 

W 
W 
W 
W 


7,485 
W 

w 

509 

* 
* 


Stone (crushed), clays 

Cement, stone (crushed), clays 
Stone (crushed) 
Stone (dimension) 
Stone (crushed) 


WASHINGTON, D.C. RSA: 
MARYLAND PORTION 

Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Charles 
Frederick 


w 

201 
# 

w 


* 
7,559 
4,816 

W 


Clays 

Cement, stone (crushed), clays, lime 


WESTERN MARYLAND 

Allegany 

Garrett 

Washington 


w 

1,163 
W 


* 

w 
w 


Stone (crushed) 

Stone (crushed), peat, Stone (dimension) 

Cement, stone (crushed), clays 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

St. Mary's 


# 


376 




UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 

Kent 

Caroline 


w 


W 

23 


Stone (crushed) 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 

Wicomico 

Worcester 


# 
# 

* 


W 
W 

1,168 





Data may not add to totals due to rounding. 

H = withheld. "Undistributed" includes gem stones and "W" values. 

# = Sand and gravel were produced but value not available by county. 

Combined value, an estimated $37,800,000 for 1983 included 
in MD. total. 

* Stone, either crushed or dimension, was produced but value not 
available by county. 

(1) Calvert, Somerset and Talbot Counties are not listed because no 
production was reported. 

(2) Includes Baltimore City. 

Source: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, 

1984 Minerals Yearbook, Volume II, Area Reports: Domestic. 



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CIVILIAN 1.ABOR FORCE, TOTAL EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT 

IN MARYLAND BY REGION AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: ANNUAL AVERAGE 1986 

BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE 











TOTAL 








POPULATION 


CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE 


EMPLOYMENT 


UNEMPLOYMENT 




NUMBER 


AS PERCENT 


NUMBER 


NUMBER 






ESTIMATE 


OF 


OF 


OF 


OF 






JULY 1, 1986 


PERSONS 


POPULATION 


PERSONS 


PERSONS 


RATE 




4,463,200 


2,357,000 


52.8 


2,252,000 


105,000 


4.5 


BALTIMORE RSA 














Baltimore City 


757,500 


343,916 


45.4 


316,392 


27,524 


8.0 


Anne Arundel 


406,000 


202,345 


49.8 


195,217 


7,128 


3.5 


Baltimore Cnty 


671,600 


378,804 


56.4 


362,473 


16,331 


4.3 


Carroll 


111,100 


56,791 


51.1 


54,628 


2,163 


3.8 


Harford 


155,900 


74,073 


47.5 


70,400 


3,673 


5.0 


Howard 


149,100 


80,126 


53.7 


78,332 


1,794 


2.2 


Queen Anne's 


29,500 


14,231 


48.2 


13,589 


642 


4.5 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 












MARYLAND PORTION 














Montgomery 


662,000 


386,280 


58.4 


377,408 


8,872 


2.3 


Prince George's 


683,000 


402,604 


58.9 


389,512 


13,092 


3.3 


Calvert 


43,100 


19,753 


45.8 


18,958 


795 


4.0 


Charles 


86, /00 


41,780 


47.1 


40,609 


1,171 


2.8 


Frederick 


131,600 


69,365 


52.7 


66,895 


2,470 


3.6 


WESTERN MARYLAND 














Allegany 


74,800 


31,795 


42.5 


28,966 


2,829 


8.9 


Garrett 


26,600 


11,949 


44.9 


10,685 


1,264 


10.6 


Washington 


114,700 


54,366 


47.4 


50,551 


3,815 


7.0 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 














St. Mary's 


67,300 


33,450 


49.7 


32,231 


1,219 


3.6 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 














Cecil 


67,100 


32,144 


47.9 


29,769 


2,375 


7.4 


Kent 


17,000 


8,571 


50.4 


8,107 


464 


5.4 


Caroline 


24,200 


12,867 


53.2 


12,060 


807 


6.3 


Talbot 


27,400 


15,414 


56.3 


14,880 


534 


3.5 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 














Dorchester 


29,900 


17,050 


57.0 


15,628 


1,422 


8.3 


Wicomico 


69,500 


38,266 


55.1 


36,207 


2,059 


5.4 


Worcester 


36,300 


20,197 


55.6 


18,748 


1,449 


7.2 


Somerset 


19,300 


10,862 


56.3 


9,755 


1,107 


10.2 



Note: Figures may not add to totals due to rounding. 

Source: Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center for Health Statistics, 
Maryland Population Report Estimates for July, 1985 and Projections to July 1, 1990, 
issued May 1987. 

Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, Office of Labor Market Information, 
1986 benchmark data from the Current Population Survey, released March 1987. 



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NO. 69 

CIVILIAN IJVliOR FORCE* AND TOTAL KMPIjOYMENT" 

BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION AS A PERCENTAGE 

OF MAKYIANI) TOTAL: ANNUAL AVERAGE 1986 AND 1981 



CIVILIAN IJUJOR FORCE 

PERCENT OF STATE TOTAL 
1986 1981 



TOTAL EMPLOYMENT 

PERCENT OF STATE TOTAL 
1986 1981 



MAKYIANl) 



100.0 100.0 



100.0 



100.0 



BALTIMORE MSA 

Bait imore City 
Anne Arun<: 
Baltimore Cnt.y 

roll 
Harford 
Howard 
Queen Anne's 

WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 

MARYLAND PORTION 

Montgomery 

Prince George's 

Calvert 

Charles 

Freder Lck 

WESTERN MARYLAND 
Allegany 
Garrett 
Wash ington 

SOUTHERN MARYLAND 
St. Mary's 

UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 

Kent 

Caroline 

Talbot 

LOWER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 

Wicomico 

Worcester 

Somerset 



14.6 


18.0 


8.6 


8.5 


16.1 


14.9 


2.4 


2.3 


3. 1 


J. 3 


3.4 


2.3 


0.6 


0.6 



16.4 


15.0 


17.1 


17.2 


0.8 


0.9 


i .8 


2.0 


2.9 


3.1 


1 .3 


1 .6 


0.5 


0.6 


2.3 


2.5 



1.4 



0.8 



1.4 


1.4 


0.4 


0.4 


0.5 


0.4 


0.7 


0.7 


0.7 


0.7 


1.6 


1.4 


0.9 


0.8 


0.5 


•J. 3 



14.0 


15.8 


8.7 


9 . 7 


16.1 


18.1 


2.4 


2.7 


3.1 


3.5 


3.5 


3.9 


0.6 


0. 7 



16.8 


18.8 


17.3 


19.4 


0.8 


0.9 


1.8 


2.0 


3.0 


3.3 


1.3 


1.4 


0.5 


0.5 


2.2 


2.5 



1.4 



1.6 



1.3 


1.5 


0.4 


0.4 


0.5 


0.6 


0.7 


0.7 


0.7 


0.8 


1.6 


1.8 


0.8 


0.9 


0.4 


0.5 



tie count is of persons by place of residence. 

Note: Figures may not add to totals due to rounding. 

Source: Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, Office of Labor 
Market Information, 1986 benchmark data from the Current Population Survey, 
.eased March 1987. 

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NO. /0 

CHARACTERISTIC OF THE MARYI.AN1) CIVILIAN I.ABOR FORCE: 

EMPLOYMENT BY SEX 

ANNUAL AVKRAGES 1974-1986 



YEAR 



TOTAL 






EMPLOYMENT 


MALE 


FEMALE 


( 1,000) 


( 1,000) 


( 1,000) 



FEMALE AS 
A PERCENT 

OF TOTAL 



1986 
198b 
1984 
1983 
1982 
1981 
1 980 
1979 
1978 
1977 
1976 
1975 
1974 



2,252 
2,158 
2,123 
2,051 

1,983 
2,008 
2,018 
1,994 
1,943 
1,847 
1,780 
1,737 
1,724 



1,216 
1,189 
1,171 
1,138 
1 ,093 
] ,128 
1,134 
1,155 
1,135 
1,093 
1 ,059 
1,056 
1,062 



1 ,036 
969 
952 
913 
890 
880 
884 
039 
808 
7 54 
721 
681 
662 



46.0 
44.9 
44.8 
44.5 
44.9 
43.8 
43.8 
42.1 
41.6 
40.8 
40.5 
39.2 
38.4 



Source: Data derived from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics series, Geographic 
Profile of Employment and Unemployment. Revised benchmark "Total 
Employment" data from the Current Population Survey obtained from the 
Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, Office of 
Labor Market information. 



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NO. /I 

PROPORTION OK 1JVBOR FORCE WORKING OUTSIDE 
COUNTY OK RESIDENCE": 1980, 19/0 AND 1960 



SUBDIVISION 



1980 
PERCENT 



1970 
PERCENT 



1960 
PERCENT 



MARY I .AND 


43 





BALTIMORE MSA 






Baltimore City 


24 





Anne Arundel 


42 


) 


Ba 1 1 imore Cnty 


55 


2 


Carrol 1 


46 


1 


Harford 


41 


2 


Howard 


66 


L 


Queen Anne's 


55 


3 



39.6 



25.3 
38.6 
51.7 
37.0 
31.7 
66.6 
34.0 



32.4 



13.0 
34.9 
52.1 
28.1 
15.3 
62.0 
22.5 



WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
MARYI.AND PORTION 



Montgomery 


41.6 


Prince George's 


58.0 


Calvert 


56.2 


Charles 


54.0 


Frederick 


35.5 


WESTERN MARYLAND 




Al legany 


3.6 


Garrett 


22.0 


ington 


17.0 


SOUTHERN MARYIAND 




St. Mary's 


20.0 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 




Cecil 


44.6 


Kent 


27.3 


Caroline 


12.2 


Talbot 


16.5 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 




Dorchester 


17.0 


miico 


14.9 


Worcester 


23.1 


Somerset 


.1 



46.4 

57.4 
39. 7 

4l.O 
23.7 



6.8 
24.9 
12.0 



10.3 



30.0 
18.0 
34.6 
10.5 



13.3 
11.4 
20.4 
25.8 



54.2 
62.4 
24.5 
22.5 

15.3 



9.7 

18.5 

8.6 



3.5 



25.6 
10.9 
25.2 

6.1 



13.3 

9.5 

14.1 

20.2 



Based on workers who reported place of work 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 
Census of Population and Housing, 1980 Summary Tape 

A ; General Social and Economic Characteristics 
1970: 



ial Report PC ( 1 ) C22, 
Report PC (1) C22 MD. 



MD and 1960: Final 



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MO. 72 
DESTINATION OK COMMUTERS, WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER: 1980 







PLACE OF RESIDENCE: BALTIMORE REGION 






BALTO. 


ANNE 


BALTIMORE 








QUEEN 


PLACE OF WORK 


CITY 


ARUNDEL 


CO. 


CARROLL 


HARFORD 


HOWARD 


ANNE'S 


BALTDIORE MSA 


55,129 


106,829 


152,081 


31,638 


48,445 


29,622 


6,566 


Baltimore City 


196,995 


26,604 


130,647 


5,038 


10,639 


8,036 


505 


Anne Arundel 


7,653 


94,403 


9,612 


922 


691 


4,600 


1,957 


Baltimore Cnty 


42,537 


7,708 


131,033 


6,557 


10,838 


5,515 


140 


Carroll 


516 


122 


2,322 


22,363 


105 


463 


-- 


Harford 


762 


127 


2,429 


65 


36,494 


43 


— 


Howard 


3,661 


4,469 


6,685 


1,731 


317 


19,001 


-- 


Queen Anne's 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


4,469 


WASHINGTON D.C. MSA: 
















MARYLAND PORTION 


3,281 


18,508 


5,558 


3,355 


276 


11,883 


-- 


Montgomery 


734 


3,097 


1,281 


1,783 


48 


5,202 


-- 


Prince George's 


2,450 


14,649 


4,033 


662 


228 


6,493 


— 


Calvert 


— 


482 


36 


-- 


-- 


17 


— 


Charles 


40 


250 


57 


11 


-- 


22 


-- 


Frederick. 


57 


30 


151 


899 


— 


149 


— 


WESTERN MARYLAND 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


-- 


Allegany 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


Garrett 


-- 


-- 


— 


-- 


-- 


-- 


— 


Washington 


-- 


... 


-- 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


St. Mary's 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


-- 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 


50 


22 


73 


30 


1,284 


— 


1,720 


Caroline 


-- 


-- 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


196 


Cecil 


50 


22 


73 


30 


1,284 


-- 


— 


Kent 


— 


-- 


-- 


-- 


_.. 


-- 


979 


Talbot 


-- 


-- 


— 


— 


-- 


-- 


545 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 


— 


_. 


-_ 











54 


Dorchester 


-- 


_.. 


-- 


— 


— 


-- 


54 


Somerset 


-- 


-- 


-- 


._ 


-- 


-- 


— 


Wicomico 


— 


__ 


-- 


— 


-- 


-- 


-- 


Worcester 


-- 


-- 


-■- 


-- 


— 


— 


— 


OTHER STATES 


2,204 


9,401 


2,033 


961 


471 


4,816 


530 


Washington D.C. 


2,166 


9,380 


1,672 


228 


167 


4,802 


192 


Virginia 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


-- 


— 


— 


West Virginia 


-- 


— 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


— 


Pennsylvania 


38 


21 


361 


733 


304 


14 


— 


Delaware 


-- 


-- 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


338 


New Jersey 


— 


-- 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


-- 


REMAINDER OF SMSA'S 


314 


2,029 


541 


54 


539 


921 


539 


Baltimore 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


52 


Wilmington/NJ/MD 


22 


30 


33 


— 


419 


9 


93 


Washington D.C. (MD PT) 


-- 


-- 


-- 


— 


— 


-- 


-- 


Washington D.C. (VA PT) 


— 


-- 


-- 


— 


-- 


— 


-- 


Washington D.C. (All) 


292 


1,999 


508 


54 


120 


912 


394 


Philadelphia PA, NJ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


-- 


Worked Elsewhere 


1,385 


1,912 


1,842 


409 


453 


854 


91 


Not Reported 


36,532 


14,742 


27,647 


2,660 


5,457 


4,708 


1,060 


TOTAL 


295,890 


180,047 


320,422 


•14,145 


67,564 


60,840 


11,065 



(Continued on following page) 



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NO. 72 
DESTINATION OK COMMUTERS, WORKERS 16 YEARS AMD OVER: 1980 (COIrTD.) 



RESIDENCE: WASHINGTON D.C. USA (HARYLAMD PORTI01) 



SOUTHERN 
RESIDENCE: WESTERU MARYLAND MARYLAND 



PIJICE OK WORK 



PRINCE 
MONTGOMERY GEORGE'S CALVERT CHARLES FREDERICK ALLEGANY GARRETT WASHINGTON ST. MARY'S 



BALTIMORE MSA 

Baltimore City 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore Cnty 
Carroll 
Harford 
Howard 
Queen Anne's 

WASHINGTON D.C. MSA: 
MARYLAND PORTION 

Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Calvert 
Charles 
Frederick 

WESTERN MARYLAND 
Allegany 

'iurrett 
Washington 

SOUTHERN MARYLAND 
Mary's 

SfPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Caroline 

I 
bot 

I.OWER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 

Somerset 

Wicomico 

Worcester 



2,292 
1,263 

1,029 



8,219 
6,129 

2,090 



181,513 161,591 



437 



128 



137 



9,944 20,402 



296 
296 



423 



73 



350 



43,623 



162,484 


27,532 


515 


574 


10,896 


13,317 


131, S76 


3,471 


6,063 


508 


-- 


186 


5,651 


173 


-- 


70 


1,935 


307 


13,557 


11 


642 


62 


-- 


35 


32,203 



192 
102 



2,376 



2,376 



26,074 


7,707 


38,460 


25,567 


745 


36 


339 


6,962 


-- 


168 


-- 


38,424 



25 
25 



2,967 

105 
1,181 

407 
1,774 



18,491 
18,491 



OTHER STATES 
Washngton D.C. 
Virginia 

West Virginia 
Pennsylvania 
Delaware 
N - -rsey 



90,612 
77,331 
13,281 



139,086 

119,388 

19,698 



1,839 

1,574 

265 



8,031 
6,321 
1,710 



2,187 

1,362 

825 



1,282 1,040 



1,148 77b 

134 265 



J, 340 
264 

397 
?,179 



1,352 

1,103 

249 



REMAINDER OK SMSA'S 
Bait . i- ■ 
Wilmington/NJ/ND 

ngton D.C. (MD PT) 
.ngton D.C. (VA PT) 

ngton D.C. (All) 
Philadelphia PA, NJ 

Worked Elsewhere 

••ported 
TOOL 



1,648 
1,648 



3,190 

3,190 



244 
244 



182 
182 



1,769 
1,769 



2,288 


1,717 


143 


686 


1,938 


20,813 


26,871 


U8 


2,175 


3,873 


299,166 


, n74 


721 


, ,; >17 


53,813 



612 

30,214 



177 
420 



1,339 
203 

929 
207 



505 
2,516 

48,830 



81 
81 



212 

1,929 
25,057 



(Continued on following page) 



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no. 72 

DESTINATION OK COMMUTERS, WORKERS 16 YKARS AMU OVER: 1<J80 (CONTD. ) 





RESIDENCE: UPPER 


EASTERN 


SHORE 


RESIDENCE: 


I.OWER EASTER* 


SHORE 




FUC1 OK WORK 


CAROL INK 


CECIL 


KENT 


TALBOT 


DORCESTER 


SOMERSET 


WICOMICO 


WORCESTER 


TOTAL 


BALTIMORE USA 


238 


2,265 


486 


381 


172 


50 


32 




445,548 


Baltimore City 


76 


-- 


12 


57 


36 


3 


27 


-- 


378,892 


lone Arundel 


-- 


-- 


34 


91 


125 


18 


27 


-- 


128,163 


Baltimore Cnty 


-- 


-- 


29 


29 


22 


12 


5 


-- 


204,527 


Carroll 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


... 


-- 


-- 


25,891 


Harford 


-- 


2,265 


6 


-- 


-- 


-- 


— 


-- 


42,191 


Howard 


-- 


-- 


-- 


— 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


39,346 


Queen Anne's 


238 


— 


417 


261 


25 


20 


— 


— 


5,430 


WASHINGTON D.C. MSA: 




















MARYLAND PORTIQII 


-- 


-- 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


-- 


465,277 


Montgomery 


— 


-- 


— 


— 


— 


... 


— 


— 


214,251 


Prince George's 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


189,931 


Calvert 


— 


-- 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


-- 


— 


6,952 


Charles 


-- 


-- 


— 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


17,534 


Frederick 


-- 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


— 


-- 


... 


36,609 


WESTERN HARYLAHD 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


72,241 


Allegany 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


26,348 


Garrett 


— 


-- 


— 


-- 


-- 


— 


— 


— 


7,301 


Washington 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


— 


— 


38,592 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 


-- 


— 


-- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


18,787 


St . Mary ' s 


-- 


— 


-- 


-- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


18,787 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 


6,977 


12,225 


5,136 


9,680 


996 


27 


295 


— 


38,515 


Caroline 


5,293 


— 


37 


398 


509 


14 


62 


— 


6,509 


Cecil 


-- 


12,225 


411 


-- 


-- 


-- 


— 


-- 


14,095 


Kent 


98 


~ 


4,647 


21 


-- 


-- 


12 


— 


5,757 


Talbot 


1,586 


— 


41 


9,261 


487 


13 


221 


— 


12,154 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 


457 


— 


13 


523 


10,478 


6,102 


24,493 


10,960 


53,080 


Dorchester 


434 


-- 


13 


498 


10,186 


-- 


326 


— 


11,511 


Somerset 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


11 


4,356 


459 


234 


5,060 


Wicomico 


23 


-- 


-- 


21 


243 


1,385 


22,309 


1,367 


25,348 


Worcester 


— 


— 


— 


4 


38 


361 


1,399 


9,359 


11,161 


OTHER STATES 


998 


6,457 


611 


124 


505 


209 


1,098 


1,015 


280,202 


Washngton D.C. 


8 


— 


— 


60 


-- 


18 


14 


— 


226,050 


Virginia 


-- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


125 


103 


533 


36,789 


West Virginia 


— 


-- 


-- 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


-- 


2,820 


Pennsylvania 


-- 


626 


-- 


— 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


4,675 


Delaware 


990 


5,763 


600 


64 


505 


66 


981 


482 


9,789 


New Jersey 


— 


68 


11 


-- 


— 


-- 


-- 


— 


79 


REMAINDER OF SMSA'S 


302 


549 


56 


144 





30 


65 





14,536 


Baltimore 


180 


410 


-- 


— 


— 


-- 


11 


-- 


7,970 


Wilmington/NJ/MD 


— 


— 


— 


24 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


630 


Washington D.C. (MD PT) 


-- 


-- 


— 


-- 


— 


— 


-- 


-- 


929 


Washington D.C. (VA PT) 


-- 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


207 


Washington D.C. (All) 


122 


~ 


56 


120 


— 


30 


54 


-- 


4,661 


Philadelphia PA, NJ 


— 


139 


— 


— 


-- 


-- 


-- 


— 


139 


Worked Elsewhere 


109 


560 


81 


181 


78 


40 


199 


191 


16,663 


Not Reported 


563 


1,784 


546 


779 


796 


937 


2,692 


1,314 


164,378 


TOTAL 


9,720 


23,840 


6,941 


11,869 


13,061 


7,398 


28,901 


13,480 


1,948,119 



Source: U.S. Department of Conmerce, Bureau of the Census, 1980 Census of Population and Housing, Summary 
Tape File, STF 4. 



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NO. 



/ I 



UNEMH.OYMENT RATES, NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED: 

UNITED STATES, MARYJJYND AND BALTIMORE CITY 

ANNUAL AVKRACK 19/6 AND 1980-1986; BY MONTH, JULY 1985-JUNE 1987 

BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE 



Annua 1 
1976 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 



Average 



UNITED 




BALTIMORE 


STATES 


MARYLAND 


CITY 


7. 7 


6.7 


9.6 


7.1 


6.5 


9.2 


7.6 


7. i 


10.5 


9.7 


8.4 


11.6 


9.6 


6.9 


9.3 


7.5 


5.4 


7.7 


7.2 


4.6 


8.1 


7.0 


4.5 


8.0 



1985 



1986 



1 987 



Ju Ly 

Aug. 

Sept, 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec . 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

May 

June 

July 

Aug. 

Sept , 

Oct. 

Nov . 

Dec. 

Jan . 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

May 



/, 

6. 

6, 

6. 

6, 

C. 

7. 

7. 

7.5 

7.0 

7.0 

7.2 

7.0 

6.7 

6.8 

b.6 

6.6 

6.3 

7.3 

7.2 

6.9 

6.2 

6.1 

• . 



5.2 
5.4 



8.1 
7.6 
7.5 
8.2 
8.0 
7 .7 
9.0 
9.2 
3.7 
8.3 
7.9 
8.0 
7.7 
7.8 
7.5 
7.3 
7.2 
7.5 
9.0 
8.6 
8.0 
6.8 
6.6 
6.8 



Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 
Employment and Earnings. 

Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, 
Office of Labor Market Information. 



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No. 74 

UNKMPI.OYMENT RATES BY RACE, SEX AND AGE 

UNITED STATES AND MARYIJVND 

ANNUAL AVERAGE: 1986 AND 1985. 











1986 




1985 




UNITED 




UNITED 










STATES 


MARYLAND 


STATES 


MARYI.AND 


TOTAL 






7.0 


4.5 


7.2 


4.6 


Men 






6.9 


3.8 


7.0 


4.2 


Women 






7.1 


5.3 


7.4 


5.0 


Both Sexes, 


16-19 


Years 


18.3 


12.4 


18.6 


14.6 


WHITE 






6.0 


3.5 


6.2 


3.0 


Men 






6.0 


2.9 


6.1 


2.7 


Women 






6.1 


4.1 


6.4 


3.5 


Both Sexes, 


16-19 


Years 


15.6 


8.6 


15.7 


10.8 


BLACK 






14.5 


8.0 


15.1 


10.1 


Men 






14.8 


6.9 


15.3 


10.7 


Women 






14.2 


8.9 


14.9 


9.5 


Both Sexes, 


16-19 


Years 


39.3 


NA 


40.2 


NA 



Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 

Geographic Profile of Employment and Unemployment, 1986 and 1985 



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MO. 75 

■HL1 AVERAGE OK STATE INSURED UNEMPLOYED, BY INDOSTRY ATTAOWEirT AID BY SEX 

FISCAL YEARS 1987 AMD 1986 



TOTAL 



FEMALE 



mal>: 





FISCAL 


FISCAL 


PERCEBT 


FISCAL 


FISCAL 


PERCENT 


FISCAL 


FISCAL 


PERCENT 


I MINISTRY 


1987 


1986 


CHANGE 


1987 


1986 


CHANGE 


1987 


1986 


CHANGE 


Total All Industries 


34,579 


36,241 


-4.6 


12,941 


13,428 


-3.6 


21,638 


22,813 


-5.2 


Mining 


279 


285 


-2.1 


65 





- 


214 


285 


-24.9 


Contract Construction 


6, j66 


6,481 


-1.8 


402 


466 


-13.7 


5,964 


6,015 


-0.8 


Manufacturing-Total 


8,683 


9,882 


-12.1 


3,434 


4,071 


-15.6 


5,249 


5,811 


-9.7 


Food Processing 


1,312 


1,503 


-12.7 


637 


809 


-15.1 


625 


694 


-9.9 


Textile Kill Products 


55 


143 


-61.5 


55 


57 


-3.5 





86 


-100.0 


Apparel Products 


926 


955 


-3.0 


744 


790 


-5.8 


182 


165 


10.3 


Lumber and Wood Products 


102 


161 


-36.6 


26 


43 


-39.5 


76 


118 


-35.6 


Furniture and Fixtures 


583 


360 


63.3 


347 


160 


116.9 


24 i 


200 


20.5 


Paper Products 


206 


152 


35.5 


61 


61 


0.0 


145 


91 


59.3 


Printing and Publishing 


435 


530 


-17.9 


142 


208 


-31.7 


293 


322 


-9.0 


Chemical Products 


186 


404 


-54.0 


61 


69 


-11.6 


125 


335 


-62.7 


Petroleum and Coal Products 


95 


60 


58.3 


38 





- 


57 


60 


-5.0 


Rubber and Plastics 


301 


417 


-27.8 


84 


232 


-63.8 


217 


185 


17.3 


Leather Products 


79 


83 


-4.8 


34 


58 


-41. 1 


45 


25 


80.0 


Stone, Clay and Glass Products 


435 


272 


59.9 








- 


435 


272 


59.9 


Primary Metals 


1,601 


1,376 


16.4 


242 


451 


-46.3 


1,359 


925 


46.9 


Fabricated Metals 


251 


231 


8.7 


27 


36 


-25.0 


224 


195 


14.9 


Non- Electrical Machinery 


514 


1,021 


-49.7 


84 


228 


-63.2 


430 


/93 


-45.8 


Electrical Equipment 


1,017 


1,260 


-19.3 


584 


706 


-17.3 


433 


554 


-21.8 


Transportation Equipment 


283 


747 


-62.1 


27 


32 


-67.1 


256 


665 


-61.5 


Instruments and Related 


79 


107 


-26.2 


70 


58 


20.7 


9 


49 


-81.6 


Miscellaneous Manufacturing 


218 


103 


111.7 


121 


24 


404.2 


97 


79 


22.8 


Public Utilities 


1,470 


1,615 


-9.0 


385 


392 


-1.8 


1,085 


1,223 


-11.3 


Wholesale and Retail Trade 


6,289 


7,376 


-14.7 


2,901 


3,242 


-10.5 


3,383 


4,134 


-18.0 


Finance, Insur. and Real Estate 


1,324 


1,349 


-1.9 


663 


751 


-11.7 


661 


598 


10.5 


Serv i ces 


6,818 


7,523 


-9.4 


3,775 


3.901 


-3.2 


3,043 


3,622 


-16.0 


All Other 


3,350 


1,730 


93.6 


1,316 


605 


117.5 


2,034 


1,125 


80.8 



Mote: Details may not add to the totals due to rounding. 

Source: Maryland Department of Economic an Employment Development, Office of Labor Information. 



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NO. 76 
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AMD EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT, SUMMARY OF STATE ACTIVITIES: FISCAL YEARS 1986 AID 198b 



ACTIVITY 



FISCAL YEAR 1986 



FISCAL YEAR 1985 



PERCEHT 

CHANGE 

1986/85 



Unemployment Insurance Activities, 
State Unemployment Insurance Programs 

Initial Claims 

Original 

Additional 
Weeks Claimed 

Average Weekly Payment (excl. partials) 
Average Duration (wlcs.) 
Claimants Receiving Benefits 
Claimants Exhausting Benefits 
Percent Exhausting Benefits 

Financial Activities 



279,272 


270,590 


3.2 


179,725 


178,670 


0.6 


99,547 


91,920 


8.3 


2,058,713 


1,939,491 


6.1 


$135 


$128 


5.5 


13.6 


13.4 


1.5 


122,569 


116,969 


4.8 


28,423 


27,510 


3.3 


22.7 


23.5 


-3.4 



Taxable Payrolls (1) 
Employer Contributions (1) 
Average Experience Rate (1) (2) 
State-Insured Average Weekly Wage (3) 
Benefit Disbursements U.I. 
Number of U.I. Checks 

Employment Service Activities 

New Applications and Renewals 
Individuals Counseled 
Individuals Tested 
Individuals Enrolled In Training 
Workers Placed (nonagricultural) 



$10,285,506,072 


$9,707,375,467 


6.0 


$321,689,770 


$318,097,395 


1.1 


3.13 


3.28 


-4.6 


$361 


$346 


4.3 


$218,791,859 


$198,712,072 


10.1 


1,661,448 


1,570,302 


5.8 


7-1-85 to 6-30-86 


7-1-84 to 6-30-85 




137,917 


178,660 


-22.8 


3,551 


4,693 


-24.3 


7,828 


9,044 


-13.4 


4,314 


4,016 


7.4 


46,176 


37,042 


24.7 



(1) For the private sector; excludes data for all types of government. 

(2) Private sector employers contributions expressed as a percentage of taxable wages. 

(3) Private coverage and insured State and Local government employment are included but federal 
government is not. 

Source: Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, Office of Labor Market Information. 



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-1 10- 



NO. 78 

NONAGR I CULTURAL WAGE ANH SALARY ANNUAL AVERAGE EMPLOYMENT 

BALTIMORE HETRO AREA: 1986, 1981 AND 1976 

BY PLACE OF WORK 





AHNUAL 


AVERAGE EMPLOYMENT 








EMPLOYMENT 




1986 


(1,000 JOBS) 
1981 1976 


PERCE1 


PERCENTAGE 
1986/81 


CHANGE 




1986 


1981 


1976 


1981/76 


TOTAL NONAGRICULTURAL WAGE 


















AND SALARY JOBS 


1,051.7 


963.6 


846.3 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


9.1 


13.9 


Manufacturing 


133.4 


156.7 


160.8 


12.7 


16.3 


19.0 


-14.9 


-2.5 


Durable Goods 


75.0 


94.5 


95.4 


7.1 


9.8 


11.3 


-20.6 


-0.9 


Nondurable Goods 


58.4 


62.2 


65.5 


5.6 


6.5 


7.7 


-6.1 


-5.0 


Nonaanul actur ing 


918.3 


806.9 


685.5 


87.3 


83.7 


81.0 


13.8 


17.7 


Mining 


0.2 


0.1 


* 


** 


** 


* 


100.0 




Contract Construction 


65.8 


49.2 


40.8 


6.3 


5.1 


4.8 


33.7 


20.6 


Transportation, excluding 


















rai Iroad 


26.3 


26.9 


26.1 


2.5 


2.8 


3.1 


-2.2 


3.1 


Railroad Transportation 


4.6 


6.9 


6.1 


0.4 


0.7 


0.7 


-33.3 


13.1 


Public Utilities and 


















Coonuni cations 


23.9 


26.2 


21.0 


2.3 


2.7 


2.5 


-8.8 


24.8 


Wholesale Trade 


63.5 


56.7 


48.7 


6.0 


5.9 


5.8 


12.0 


16.4 


Retail Trade 


194.3 


166.4 


143.9 


18.5 


17.3 


17.0 


16.8 


15.6 


Finance, Insurance and 


















Real Estate 


71.6 


58.5 


48.7 


6.8 


6.1 


5.8 


22.4 


20.1 


Services 


263.5 


198.8 


158. 3 


25.1 


20.6 


18.7 


32.5 


25.6 


Federal Government 


54.2 


53.8 


54.7 


5.2 


5.6 


6.5 


0.7 


-1.6 


State and Local Government 


150.4 


163.4 


137.2 


14.3 


17.0 


16.2 


-8.0 


19.1 



* included in "Services". 
** Less than 0.05 percent. 

Note: Figures may not add to total due to rounding. 

Source: Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, Office of Labor Market Information, 
Nonagriculturai Wage and Salary Employment series. 



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PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION IN MAJOR INDUSTRIAL SKCTORS 

OK C0VKRK1) EMPLOYMENT, BY PLACE OK WORK: ANNUAL AVERAGE 1985 

BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 













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100.0 


11.7 


6.9 


4.5 


25.5 


5.8 


25.2 


7.4 


13.0 


BALTIMORE MSA 






















Baltimore City 




100.0 


12.3 


4.2 


6.9 


21.8 


9.5 


27.6 


3.2 


14.6 


Anne Arundel 




100.0 


16.9 


6.9 


4.5 


25.8 


3.4 


19.9 


7.2 


15.4 


Baltimore Cnty 




100.0 


16.9 


7. J 


3.3 


26.9 


4.9 


22.6 


6.3 


12.0 


Carroll 




100.0 


20.3 


12.2 


3.3 


25.8 


3.0 


18.0 


1.0 


16.5 


Harford 




100.0 


9.0 


7.9 


3.1 


22.7 


2.8 


16.5 


25.5 


12.5 


Howard 




100.0 


10.1 


7.3 


8.6 


29.8 


4.6 


26.5 


0.5 


12.4 


Queen Anne's 




100.0 


16.1 


12.8 


3.7 


31.9 


3.1 


13.2 


1.0 


18.1 


WASKLNGTOH, D.C. 


MSA: 




















MARYLAND PORTION 






















Calvert 




100.0 


2.7 


15.2 


2.9 


27.8 


4.0 


23.7 


0.8 


22.8 


Charles 




100. 


3.1 


10.8 


5.2 


29.2 


2.9 


15.5 


14.8 


18.5 


Frederick. 




100.0 


14.2 


11.6 


3.1 


28.4 


4.2 


18.5 


5.7 


14.4 


Montgomery 




100.0 


5.0 


7.0 


1.8 


23.6 


6.8 


34.3 


13.3 


8.3 


Prince George's 




100.0 


4.9 


9.1 


4.3 


30.2 


3.8 


21.7 


9.4 


16.5 


WESTERN MARYLAND 






















Allegany 




100.0 


21.0 


6.0 


4.0 


25.1 


4.2 


22.6 


1.0 


16.1 


Garrett 




100.0 


11.7 


5.1 


3.4 


27.5 


5.3 


30.4 


0.8 


15.7 


Washington 




100.0 


25.3 


5.9 


6.3 


24.9 


2.8 


17.9 


3.5 


13.4 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 


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St. Mary's 




100.0 


2.3 


7.1 


4.3 


22.2 


3.2 


23.0 


23.1 


14.8 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 




















Cecil 




100.0 


22.2 


6.3 


4.9 


23.0 


2.7 


16.8 


10.2 


13.8 


Kent 




100.0 


14.7 


7.4 


4.4 


28.2 


4.3 


30.2 


0.8 


10.0 


Caroline 




100.0 


21.3 


4.3 


23.3 


20.6 


3.0 


13.3 


0.9 


13.3 


Talbot 




100.0 


27.8 


3.6 


4.1 


17.9 


2.9 


17.1 


0.8 


25.8 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 




















Dorchester 




100.0 


45.9 


3.9 


4.0 


16.6 


1.6 


13.7 


0.7 


13.5 


Wicomico 




100.0 


20.5 


6.4 


5.9 


28.3 


3.9 


22.4 


0.8 


11.8 


Worcester 




100.0 


14.0 


7.3 


2.7 


34.7 


5.9 


24.0 


0.9 


10.6 


Somerset 




100.0 


27.8 


3.6 


4.1 


17.9 


2.9 


17.1 


0.8 


25.8 


Source: Based on 


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Office 


of Labor 


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1985. 


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No. 81 

DISTRIBUTION OF MARYIAND STATE EMPLOYEES, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 

AS OP 1 JUNE 30, 1987 
BY PLACE OF RESIDENCY 



POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 



NUMBER OF 


POLITICAL 


NUMBER OF 


KMPIXDYEES" 


SUBDIVISION 


EMPLOYEES" 


59,293 


Harford 


1,666 




Howard 


1,825 


1,862 


Kent 


372 


7,522 


Montgomery 


1,644 


14,792 


Prince George's 


2,504 


11,105 


Queen Anne's 


878 


478 


St. Mary's 


729 


372 


Somerset 


520 


2,565 


Talbot 


441 


682 


Washington 


2,611 


546 


Wicomico 


1,754 


786 


Worcester 


475 


1,206 


Unknown MD County 


394 


381 


Out-of-State 


1,883 



MARYLAND 

Allegany 

Anne Arundel 

Baltimore City 

Baltimore 

Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 



"Includes the entire Department of Transportation. Excludes the 
University of Maryland. 

Source: Maryland Comptroller of the Treasury, Central Payroll Bureau, 
unpublished. 



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NO. 82 
FEDERAL CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT BY STATE": DECEHBEK 31, 1984 







PERCENT 






PERCENT 




1984 


CHANGE 




1984 


CHANGE 




FEDERAL 


12/31/82 




FEDERAL 


12/31/82 




CIVILIAN 


TO 




CIVILIAN 


TO 


STATE 


EMPLOYMENT 


12/31/84 




EMPLOYMENT 


12/31/84 


TOTAL U.S.A. 


2,806,277 # 


2.6 


South Carolina 


32,696 


0.5 


California 


307,257 


2.2 


Louisiana 


32,062 


0.5 


District of Columbia 


215,926 


1.9 


Minnesota 


29,478 


2.8 


Texas 


163,109 


4.8 


Oregon 


27,433 


1.6 


Virginia 


155,038 


1.5 


Hawaii 


26,768 


-0.6 


New York 


153,806 


0.1 


Wisconsin 


25,731 


-0.6 


MARYLAND 


128,753 


-0.3 


New Mexico 


25,169 


-0.8 


Pennsylvania 


126,720 


-1.8 


Mississippi 


24,244 


2.0 


Illinois 


101,407 


1.2 


Kansas 


23,398 


4.5 


Florida 


90,972 


7.3 


Connecticut 


21,323 


3.6 


Ohio 


88,222 


1.6 


Arkansas 


18,260 


1.8 


Georgia 


80,210 


4.3 


Iowa 


18,240 


0.2 


New Jersey 


71,985 


0.4 


Maine 


17,365 


95.2 


Missouri 


66,441 


1.4 


Nebraska 


14,991 


0.4 


Washington 


64,088 


2.3 


West Virginia 


14,713 


-1.6 


Alabama 


59,771 


-0.2 


Alaska 


13,882 


0.7 


Tennessee 


57,089 


-1.9 


Montana 


11,289 


-4.0 


Massachusetts 


56,341 


1.7 


Idaho 


9,800 


-1.9 


Michigan 


54,392 


1.3 


Nevada 


9,312 


1.8 


Colorado 


50,511 


2.4 


Rhode Island 


9,201 


2.0 


Oklahoma 


46,326 


-0.4 


South Dakota 


9,132 


-4.7 


North Carolina 


43,337 


1.2 


North Dakota 


7,513 


-3.4 


Indiana 


39,226 


-0.2 


New Hamshire 


6,707 


-57.3 


Utah 


35,717 


0.8 


Wyoming 


6,470 


-1.2 


Kentucky 


35,128 


-1.1 


Delaware 


4,997 


0.9 


Arizona 


34,565 


2.3 


Vermont 


4,474 


1.8 



* The reader is cautioned that all figures are by place of work and therefore include residents of 
different jurisdictions. This is especially true of the Washington, D.C. area. 

# Total includes 35,292 employees with unspecified geographic locations. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Public Employment in 1985; 
Public Employment in 1984. 



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Mo. 83 



ARMED SERVICE PERSONNEL IN MARYLAND AMD UNITED STATES: FISCAL YEAR 198b 









RESERVE AND 


TOTAL MILITARY 


JURISDICTION 


MILITARY 


CIVILIAN 


NATIONAL GUARD 


AND CIVILIAN 


MARYLAND 










Army 


12,120 


17,718 


21,899 


51,727 


Navy n> 


14,831 


16,632 


4,436 


35,899 


Air Force 


8,736 


3,174 


4,601 


16,511 


TOTAL DEPARTMENT 










OP DEFENSE 


35,687 


43,292 t2> 


30,926 


109,905 <2> 


UNITED STATES 










Army 


502,408 


344,872 


1,005,524 


1,852,804 


Navy (,) 


415,887 


320,764 


246,747 


983,398 


Air Force 


435,797 


235,247 


225,635 


896,679 


TOTAL DEPARTMENT 










OF DEFENSE 


1,345,092 


975,806 (v> 


1,477,906 


3,807,804*'° 



Includes Navy and Marine Corps. 



Includes Civilian employment in other defense activities, e.g., Defense Supply Agency 
and Office of the Secretary. 

Source: Department of Defense, Washington Headquarters Services, Directorate for 

Information Operations and Reports, Atlas/State Data Abstract for the United 
States, Fiscal Year 1985. 



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L 



NO. 84 

NUMBER OF MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS IN MARYIJVND, BY POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION, 1986, 1980, 1970, 1960 AND 1950 



POLITICAL 














SUBDIVISION 


1986 


1980 


1970 


1960 


1950 


MARYLAND 


2,484 


2,296 


2,641 


3 


,217 


3,088 


BALTIMORE MSA 














Baltimore City 


664 


744 


1,100 


1 


,513 


1,738 


Anne Arundel 


141 


110 


99 




104 


59 


Baltimore Cnty 


344 


305 


224 




208 


130 


Carroll 


61 


53 


67 




89 


83 


Harford 


57 


46 


47 




71 


54 


Howard 


89 


63 


29 




24 


18 


Queen Anne ' s 


21 


21 


21 




24 


9 


WASHINGTON, D.C. 


MSA: 












MARYLAND PORTION 














Montgomery 


309 


220 


168 




131 


79 


Prince George's 


236 


201 


178 




145 


71 


Calvert 


14 


11 


17 




20 


7 


Charles 


28 


18 


22 




30 


18 


Frederick 


64 


56 


67 




83 


78 


WESTERN MARYLAND 














Allegany 


49 


51 


56 




81 


67 


Garrett 


22 


17 


23 




36 


33 


Washington 


84 


72 


103 




114 


124 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

St. Mary's 



15 



10 



23 



39 



20 



UPPER EASTERN SHORE 




Cecil 


41 


Kent 


15 


Caroline 


30 


Talbot 


36 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 




Dorchester 


49 


Wicomico 


65 


Worcester 


28 


Somerset 


22 



39 
13 
23 
38 



55 
64 
32 

31 



52 
20 
33 
51 



65 

77 
38 

41 



64 
26 
49 
58 



82 

102 

55 

61 



57 
21 
52 
44 



67 

112 

70 

50 



Nondistributable 







8 



27 



Source: Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, 
Office of Labor Market Information, Employment and Payrolls 
Covered by the Unemployment Insurance Law of Maryland, first 
quarter issue for the stated years. 



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No. 8b 

MANUFACTURING KMPLOYHKNT IN MARYLAND 

BY STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION, BY PLACE OF WORK 

ANNUAL AVERAGES: 1986,1981 AMD 1976 

(RANKED BY NUMBER OF JOBS IN 1986) 



SIC 



INDUSTRY 



NUMBER OF JOBS 
(1W THOUSANDS) 



1986 



1981 



1976 



PERCENTAGE 
CHANGE 



1986/81 1981/76 



All Manufacturing Total 



209.8 



231.7 



232.4 



-9.5 



-0.3 



Durable Goods Total 

36 Electric & Electronic Equip. 
35 Machinery, Except Electrical 

37 Transportation Equipment 

33 Primary Metals industries 

34 Fabricated Metal Products 
32 Stone, Clay & Glass Prods. 

38 Instruments 

24 Lumber and Wood Products 

25 Furniture & Fixtures 

39 Misc. Manufacturing 

Nondurable Goods Total 

27 Printing and Publishing 
20 Food and Kindred Products 

28 Chemicals & Allied Products 
23 Apparel & Other Textiles 

26 Paper & Allied Products 
30 Rubber & Misc. Plastics 

99 Petroleum/Coal & Leather Prods. 
22 Textile Mill Products 



110.0 


129.9 


125.5 


-15.3 


3.5 


38.9 


32.9 


24.0 


18.2 


37.1 


15.3 


18.5 


16.8 


-17.3 


10.1 


14.1 


17.4 


19.1 


-19.0 


-8.9 


13.4 


28.9 


30.1 


-53.6 


-4.0 


9.5 


10.1 


11.9 


-5.9 


-15.1 


6.7 


9.2 


9.7 


-27.2 


-5.2 


3.6 


3.6 


« 


0.0 


# 


3.4 


3.4 


4.3 


0.0 


-20.9 


3.3 


3.1 


3.7 


6.5 


-16.2 


1.8 


2.8 


# 


-35.7 


« 


99.8 


101.8 


106.9 


-2.0 


-4.8 


27.4 


23.5 


19.9 


16.6 


18.1 


27.1 


25.4 


31.8 


6.7 


-20.1 


12.8 


14.4 


14.0 


-11.1 


2.9 


10.8 


14.8 


16.9 


-27.0 


-12.4 


9.8 


9.6 


10.2 


2.1 


-5.9 


8.5 


10.2 


9.6 


-16.7 


6.3 


2.1 


2.8 


3.0 


-25.0 


-6.7 


1.2 


1.1 


1.5 


9.1 


-26.7 



Note: Figures may not add to total due to rounding. 

I Separate data for "Instruments" and "Misc. Manufacturing" not available for 1976. 
The combined total was 5,900 jobs. 

Source: Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, Office of Labor Market 
Information, Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment series. 



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No. 86 

MANUFACTURING EMPLOYMENT IB THE BALTIMORE METROPOLITAN AREA (MSA) 

BY STANDARD IHDOSTRIAL CLASSIFICATIOl , BY PLACE OF WORK 

ANMDAL AVERAGES: 1986, 1981, AMD 1976 

(RANKED BY NUMBER OF JOBS IN 1986) 



SIC 



INDUSTRY 



NUMBER OF JOBS 
(IN THOUSANDS) 



1986 



1981 



1976 



PERCENTAGE 
CHANGE 



1986/81 



1981/76 



All Manufacturing Total 



133.4 



156.7 



160.8 



■14.9 



-2.5 



Durable Goods Total 

36 Electric & Electronic Equip. 

33 Primary Metals Industries 

37 Transportation Equipment 
35 Machinery, Except Electric. 

34 Fabricated Metal Products 
32 Stone, Clay & Glass Prod. 
-- Furniture (25), Lumber and 

Wood (24), an Misc. Mfg. (39) 

38 Instruments 



Nondurable Goods Total 

27 Printing and Publishing 
20 Food and Kindred Products 

28 Chemicals & Allied Products 
26 Paper & Allied Products 

23 Apparel & Other Textile Prods. 

30 Rubber & Misc. Plastics 

— Textile Mills (22) 
Petroleum & Coal (29), 
and Leather (31) Products 



75.0 


94.5 


95.4 


-20.6 


-0.9 


26.8 


23.9 


18.2 


12.1 


31.3 


12.3 


26.9 


28.7 


-54.3 


-6.3 


10.4 


11.8 


14.4 


-11.9 


-18.1 


8.5 


11.5 


11.1 


-26.1 


3.6 


6.4 


7.1 


8.8 


-9.9 


-19.3 


4.6 


6.7 


6.5 


-31.3 


3.1 


4.2 


5.4 


«# 


-22.2 


N/A 


1.8 


1.2 


# 


50.0 


N/A 


58.4 


62.2 


65.5 


-6.1 


-5.0 


14.5 


13.6 


11.8 


6.6 


15.3 


13.7 


13.3 


15.9 


3.0 


-16.4 


10.1 


11.1 


11.1 


-9.0 


0.0 


6.9 


7.2 


7.7 


-4.2 


-6.5 


6.8 


9.0 


10.5 


-24.4 


-14.3 


4.9 


6.2 


5.7 


-21.0 


8.8 



1.5 



1.8 



2.0 



-16.7 



-10.0 



# Instruments and Misc. Manufacturing combined: 2.7 jobs. 

ff# The "Misc. Mfg." figure includes "Instruments". The combined total for all the sectors shown was 
7,700 jobs. 

Source: Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, Office of Labor Market 
Information, Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment series. 



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NO. 87 

ANNUAL AVERAGE WEEKLY AND ANNUAL AVERAGE HOURLY EARNINGS IN 

MANUFACTURING INDOSTRIES IU MARYLAND BY PLACE OP WORK: 1986 AND 1984 

(RANKED BY 1986 DOLLAR VALUE OF AVERAGE WEEKLY EARNINGS) 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY EARNINGS 



AVERAGE 
HOURLY EARNINGS 



SIC 



INDUSTRY 



1986 



1984 



1986 



1984 



All Manufacturing Average 
Durable Goods Average 
Nondurable Goods Average 

37 Transportation Equipment" 

33 Primary Metal Industries" 

35 Machinery Except Electrical* 
28 Chemicals and Allied Products 
27 Printing and Publishing 

32 Stone, Clay and Glass Products 

36 Electric and Electronic Equipment" 

34 Fabricated Metal Products" 
26 Paper and Allied Products 

Petroleum/Coal Prods. (SIC 29) & 
Leather Prods. (SIC 31) 
30 Rubber and Misc. Plastic Products 

38 Instruments and Related Products" 

39 Misc. Manufacturing Industries* 
20 Food and Kindred Products 

25 Furniture and Fixtures* 

24 Lumber and Wood Products* 

22 Textile Mill Products 

23 Apparel and Other Textile Products 



$403.38 


$387.45 


$ 9.% 


$ 9.45 


455.20 


439.92 


10.89 


10.40 


353.31 


333.43 


8.99 


8.42 


577.69 


509.54 


13.07 


12.19 


5/7.53 


567.84 


14.19 


13.52 


459.50 


467.86 


11.29 


10.83 


450.08 


464.61 


10.59 


10.73 


430.06 


384.94 


10.86 


9.82 


426.27 


410.66 


9.41 


9.27 


398.40 


376.58 


9.60 


8.84 


386.90 


404.27 


9.19 


9.41 


366.78 


343.21 


8.63 


8.45 


329.65 


NA 


8.06 


NA 


327.61 


320.04 


8.01 


7.62 


323.17 


316.30 


8.46 


8.28 


314.06 


295.32 


8.20 


7.31 


307.64 


311.55 


8.27 


7.75 


307.20 


271.95 


7.68 


6.85 


294.52 


271.04 


7.29 


6.81 


231.62 


NA 


6.16 


NA 


220.89 


215.23 


6.17 


6.08 



"Durable Goods Industries 

Source: Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, Office of Labor Market 
Information, Report on Hours and Earnings for 1986 and 1984. 



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No. 88 

MANUFACTURING PAYROLLS XX MARYLAND: 1985 AID 1983 
RANK BY DOU.AR VALUE IN 198b 



SIC 



INDUSTRY 







PERCENT 






CHANGE 


1985 


1983 


1985/1983 


5,305,233,981 


4,621,502,913 


14.8 


3,244,456,628 


2,810,522,337 


15.4 


2,060,777,353 


1,810,980,576 


13.8 


1,181,965,890 


952,209,925 


24.1 


586,501,439 


482,923,810 


21.4 


549,288,946 


601,221,991 


-8.6 


514,553,649 


436,076,606 


18.0 


481,238,442 


376,064,821 


28.0 


438,861,172 


351,641,998 


24.8 


349,740,764 


322,912,628 


8.3 


218,539,660 


191,953,134 


13.9 


194,356,053 


181,715,017 


7.0 


181,303,557 


160,441,466 


13.0 


176,915,663 


158,422,974 


11.7 


160,364,662 


168,365,078 


-4.8 


62,362,807 


48,534,734 


28.5 


60,021,100 


47,884,420 


25.3 


15,581,479 


14,076,336 


10.7 


38,580,037 


36,250,010 


6.4 


95,058,661 


90,807,965 


4.7 



All Manufacturing Total 
Durable Goods Total 
Non- Durable Goods Total 

36 Electric and Electronic Equipment* 

27 Printing and Publishing 

33 Primary Metals Industries" 
20 Food and Kindred Products 

35 Machinery, Except Electrical" 

37 Transportation Equipment" 

28 Chemicals and Allied Products 
26 Paper and Allied Products 

34 Fabricated Metal Products" 

32 Stone, Clay and Glass Products" 

30 Rubber and Miscellaneous 
Plastic Products 

23 Apparel and Related Products 
25 Furniture and Fixtures" 

24 Lumber and Wood Products* 
22 Textile Mill Products* 

All Other Non-durable Goods 
All Other Durable Goods* 



Durable Goods Industries 

Source: Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, Office of Labor Market 
Information, Employment and Payrolls Covered by the Unemployment Insurance Law of 
Maryland, Annual Average, 1985 and 1983. 



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NO. 89 

LABOR AMD PROPRIETORS ' INCOME FROM MANUFACTURING AMD NOMMANUKACTURING 

INDUSTRIES IN MARYLAND: 1986, 1981 AMD 1976 

(in ■) 1 1 ions of dollars) 



RATE 

INDUSTRY SOURCE 



L986 



1981 



1976 



PERCENTAGE CHANGE: 
AVERAGE ANNUAL 

1986/81 1981/76 



TOTAL 






49,022 


31,444 


19,820 


9.3 


9.7 


Manufacturing 






6,145 


5,270 


3,379 


3.1 


9.3 


Nonmanu f ac t ur ing 






42,876 


26,175 


16,441 


10.4 


9.7 


Services 






12,814 


6,775 


3,669 


13.6 


13.1 


Government 






10,757 


8,164 


5,529 


5.7 


8.1 


federal Civilian 






4,408 


3,505 


2,443 


4.7 


7.5 


Federal Military 






1,005 


647 


464 


9.2 


6.9 


State and Local 






5,343 


4,012 


2,623 


5.9 


8.9 


Wholesale and Retail Trade 




8,636 


5,342 


3,536 


10.1 


8.6 


Construction 






4,043 


1,999 


1,334 


15.1 


8.4 


Finance, Insurance and 


Real 


Estate 


3,210 


1,624 


1,024 


14.6 


9.7 


Transportation and Public Utilities 


2,998 


2,115 


1,257 


7.2 


11.0 


Agricultural Services, 


Forestry 












Fisheries and Other" 






244 


103 


68 


18.8 


8.7 


Mining 






r/; 


52 


24 


27.3 


16.7 



Note: Figures may not add to total due to rounding. 

"Other includes wages and salaries of U.S. residents employed by international organizations 
and foreign embassies and consulates in the United States. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Survey of Current Business, August 
1987. Personal income: 1929-82, issued February 1984. 



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NO. 90 



1JUIOR AND PROPRIETORS' INCOME FROM THE MANUEACTUR INC INDUSTRY: 

MARY I .AND AND SELECTED EASTERN STATES 

REGIONALLY RANKED BY RATE OF GROWTH: 1986 AND 1984 









PERCENT 




1986 


1984 


CHANGE 


REGION AND STATE 


($1,000,000) 


($1,000,000) 


1986/84 


UNITED STATES 


544,943 


507,783 


7.3 


MIDEAST 








District of Columbia 


577 


476 


21.2 


New Jersey 


21,287 


19,991 


6.5 


MARYLAND 


6,145 


5,835 


5.3 


New York 


38,869 


37,098 


4.8 


Delaware 


2,517 


2,436 


3.3 


Pennsylvania 


29,456 


29,072 


1.3 


SOUTHEAST 








Georgia 


13,016 


11,261 


15.6 


Florida 


12,699 


11,148 


13.9 


Virginia 


10,479 


9,423 


11.2 


North Carolina 


17,723 


16,049 


10.4 


Alabama 


8,197 


7,533 


8.8 


Tennessee 


11,229 


10,367 


8.3 


Arkansas 


4,382 


4,097 


7.0 


South Carolina 


8,052 


7,581 


6.2 


Kentucky 


6,716 


6,423 


4.6 


West Virginia 


2,525 


2,468 


2.3 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, 
Survey of Current Business, August 1987. 



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NO. 91 

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES IN MANUFACTURING: 

MARYLAND AND SELECTED OTHER AREAS: 1963- 1982 ( ' ' 

( IN THOU SANDS) 







SOUTH ( 2 } 




BALTIMORE 


WASHINGTON 


YEAR 


USA 


ATLANTIC 


MARYI.AND 


MSA 


MSA 4 J> 


1982 


19,094.1 


2,929.4 


234.4 


153.7 


70.8 


197 7 


19,590.1 


2,822.7 


243.2 


165.9 


60.5 


1972 


19,028.7 


2,739.5 


255.6 


180.1 


55.6 


1967 


19,322.9 


2,501.0 


287.6 


209.7 


55.5 


1963 


16,958.4 


2,124.8 


263 . 7 


190.5 


50.1 



C 1 ) 



Census years shown, 



<:0 Includes: Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, District of Columbia, 
Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. 

'"^The definition of this MSA was revised for 1972. Historical data 

prior to 1972 are based on the old definition. Data tabulated under 
the new 1972 definition differ by 5 percent or less from 1972 data 
tabulated under the old definition. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1984 Annual 
Survey of Manufactures, Geographic Area Statistics, issued 
September 1986; 1982 Census of Manufactures, Geographic Area 
Statistics, Maryland, issued May 1985; 1978 Annual Survey of 
Manufactures, States and SMSA's, September 1981. 



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NO. 92 

NUMBER OP EMPLOYEES ENGAGED IN MANUFACTURING , MARYLAND AND SELECTED 
EASTERN STATES, REGIONALLY RANKED BY RATE OK GROWTH IN TOTAL EMPLOYEES: 

198b AND 1982 





TOTAL 


EMPLOYEES 


PRODUCTION 


WORKERS 


PERCENT GROWTH 




1985 


1982 


1985 


1982 


TOTAL EMPLOYEES 


REGION AND STATE 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


1985/1982 


UNITED STATES 


18,787.8 


19,094.1 


12,173.6 


12,400.6 


-1.6 


MIDEAST 












Delaware 


69.5 


67.9 


34.1 


31.7 


2.4 


MARYLAND 


225.4 


234.4 


141.5 


145.9 


-3.8 


New Jersey 


710.8 


754.0 


408.3 


440.4 


-5.7 


Pennsylvania 


1,086.3 


1,180.0 


716.8 


772.2 


-7.9 


New York 


1,304.6 


1,418.8 


747.1 


336.3 


■8.0 


SOUTHEAST 












Georgia 


539.2 


503.0 


388.9 


369.4 


7.2 


Florida 


475.7 


454.4 


298.7 


292.2 


4.7 


Virginia 


408.7 


391.1 


299.4 


287.4 


4.5 


North Carolina 


812.1 


798.6 


603.7 


604.9 


1.7 


Tennessee 


468.2 


461.6 


344.4 


337.5 


J. 4 


Kentucky 


246.7 


246.6 


177.6 


173.8 


0.0 


South Carolina 


350.7 


367.5 


266.6 


279.4 


-4.6 


West Virginia 


84.9 


95.8 


59.9 


65.2 


-11.4 


Source: U.S. Department of 


Coranerce, Bureau 


of the Census, Annual Survey 


of 


Manufactures, Geographic Area Statistics, 1985 issue. 





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NO. 93 

VALUE ADDED BY PRINCIPAL MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES IN MARYLAND: 

198b AND 1983 
RANK BY DOIJJVR VOLUME: 1985 



SIC 



I NDUSTRY 









PERCENT 


1985 




1983 


CHANGE 


($MIILION) 


($MILLION) 


1985/83 


11,906.6 


10 


,735.8 


10.9 


2,499.6 


2 


,153.5 


16.1 


1,700.0 


1 


,432.0 


18.7 


1,194.7 


1 


,111.2 


7.5 


1,110.5 




912.9 


21.6 


1,014.3 




845.6 


20.0 


608.0 




972.7 


-37.5 


641.0 




434.3 


47.6 


599.6 




533.3 


12.4 


719.0 




743.9 


-3.3 


350.3 




324.0 


8.1 


360.1 




281.2 


28.1 


359.8 




351.5 


2.4 


196.0 




114.8 


70.7 


132.8 




150.9 


-12.0 


141.3 




(NA) 




88.1 




110.3 


-20.1 


70.3 




(NA) 




(D) 




(NA) 


(D) 



ALL INDUSTRIES 

36 Electric and Electronic Equipment 
20 Food and Kindred Products 

28 Chemicals and Allied Products 
27 Printing and Publishing 

35 Machinery, except Electrical 

33 Primary Metals 

34 Fabricated Metal Products 
26 Paper and Allied Products 

37 Transportation Equipment 

23 Apparel and Other Textile Products 
Stone, Clay and Glass Products 

30 Rubber, Misc. Plastic Products 

24 Lumber and Wood Products 

38 Instruments and Related Products 

29 Petroleum and Coal Products 

25 Furniture and Fixtures 
22 Textile Products 

31 Leather and Leather Products 



(I)) Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies 
total for "All Industries" also includes tobacco products. 



The 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Annual Survey 
of Manufactures, Geographic Area Statistics, 1985 and 1984. 



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NO. 94 

VALUE ADDED BY MANUFACTURE, AGGREGATE AND PER PRODUCTION 
WORKER, MARYLAND AND SELECTED EASTERN STATES REGIONALLY 
RANKED BY VALUE ADDED PER PRODUCTION WORKER IN 1985 



REGION AND STATE 



VALUE ADDED 
($1,000,000) 



1985 



1982 



VALUE ADDED PER 
PRODUCTION WORKER 
($1,000) 

1985 



UNITED STATES 



999,327.8 



824,117.7 



82.1 



MIDEAST 
Delaware 
New York 
New Jersey 
MARYLAND 
Pennsylvania 



3,380.2 
73,392.6 
36,116.7 
11,906.6 
51,858.4 



2,466.7 
62,906.6 
31,656.0 
10,133.8 
44,824.1 



99.1 
98.2 
88.5 
84.1 
72.3 



SOUTHEAST 
Kentucky 
West Virginia 
Virginia 

Florida 

Georgia 

North Carolina 

Tennessee 

South Carolina 



15,514.5 
4,748.0 
22,075.2 
21,725.5 
26,971.7 
39,142.6 
22,223.8 
14,636.3 



11,819.7 
4,049.2 
18,111.8 
17,255.6 
17,822.9 
19,191.8 
28,492.2 
12,218.7 



87 
79 
73 
72 
69 



64.8 
64.5 

54.9 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Annual Survey of 
Manufactures, Geographical Area Statistics, 1985. 



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r 



NO. 95 



ESTIMATED TRAVEL EXPENDITURES AND TRAVEL 
GENERATED EHPUJYMENT IN MARYLAND, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 
RANKED BY EXPENDITURE LEVELS 



vm 







TRAVEL 


TRAVEL 


TRAVEL 




TOTAL TRAVEL 


GENERATED 


GENERATED 


GENERATED 


POLITICAL 


EXPENDITURES 


PAYROLL 


EMPLOYMENT 


EMPLOYMENT 


SUBDIVISION 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(JOBS) 


(PERCENT)" 


MARYLAND 


4,707,123 


1,089,392 


90,272 


100.00 


BALTIMORE MSA 








100.01 


Baltimore City 


70b, 073 


173,084 


15,233 


16.87 


Anne Arundel 


1,418,483 


366,662 


20,330 


22.52 


Baltimore Cnty 


410,063 


89,429 


8,324 


9.22 


Carroll 


11,511 


2,700 


204 


0.23 


Harford 


75,062 


15,353 


1,713 


1.90 


Howard 


102,782 


22,056 


2,388 


2.65 


Queen Anne's 


9,891 


1,820 


188 


0.21 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 










MARYLAND PORTION 










Montgomery 


491,906 


109,484 


10,110 


11.20 


Prince George's 


408,036 


87,843 


8,247 


9.14 


Calvert 


14,407 


2,262 


163 


0.18 


Charles 


36,123 


7,155 


772 


0.86 


Frederick 


70,733 


14,609 


1,613 


1.79 


WESTERN MARYLAND 










Allegany 


24,888 


4,951 


529 


0.59 


Garrett 


42,009 


8,524 


956 


1.06 


Washington 


98,539 


20,837 


2,151 


2.38 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 










St. Mary's 


29,137 


5,434 


508 


0.56 


UPPER EASTERN. SHORE 










Cecil 


26,543 


7,337 


599 


0.66 


Kent 


9,694 


1,913 


202 


0.22 


Caroline 


2,092 


248 


16 


0.02 


Talbot 


50,884 


10,334 


1,123 


1.24 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 










Dorchester 


7,082 


1,331 


130 


0.14 


Wicomico 


70,497 


15,751 


1,404 


1.56 


Worcester 


585,082 


119,103 


13,256 


14.68 


Somerset 


6,606 


1,172 


113 


0.13 



Details do not add to total due to rounding. 

Source: The Economic Impact of Travel on Maryland Counties, a study 

prepared for the Maryland Department of Economic and Employment 
Development, Office of Tourism Development, by the U.S. Travel 
Data Center, July 1987. 



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m. % 

TRAM ACTIVITY IN MARYLAND, ESTABUSHMEJITS WITH PAYROLL: 1982 



TYPE OF ACTIVITY 







APPROXIMATt 








PERCENT CHANGE 




SALES OR 


1982/1977 






SALES OR 




NUMBER OF 


RECEIPTS 


RECEIPTS 


ANNUAL 


ESTABLISHMENTS 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


PAYROLL 


22,04s* 7 ' 


20,657,416 


47 


39 


880 


7/6,659 


49 


42 


492 


2,451,514 


29 


20 


2,970 


4,623,691 


46 


47 


1,305 


3,742,940 


33 


26 


1,877 


1,999,672 


68 


22 


2,381 


1,114,519 


58 


45 


1,569 


929,028 


52 


39 


5,181 


1,916,832 


56 


55 


759 


736,951 


43 


28 


4,231 


1,952,493 


66 


56 


404 


413,117 


68 


59 


5,507 


25,807,341 


53 


65 


3,671 


14,446,677 


45 


67 


581 


3,928,501 


17 


38 


208 


521,526 


46 


53 


297 


912,394 


23 


26 


113 


284,939 


142 


124 


103 


1,243,222 


65 


111 


524 


2,474,230 


78 


88 


322 


781,709 


58 


52 


1,297 


3,809,219 


57 


81 


226 


409,937 


59 


64 


1,836 


11,360,664 


63 


60 


223 


878,265 


50 


97 


49 


389,583 


76 


27 


101 


317,443 


14 


88 


546 


4,051,807 


78 


72 


72 


568,726 


26 


14 


101 


361,773 


45 


94 


146 


2,967,306 


88 


38 


93 


826,127 


63 


69 


505 


999,634 


25 


20 



Retail Trade 

Building materials, hardware, garden 
supply & mobile home dealers 

General merchandise group stores 7 '' 

F bod stores 

Automotive dealers 

Gasoline service stations 

Apparel S accessory stores 

Furniture, home furnishings & 
equipment stores 

Eating and drinking places 

Drug & propriaetary stores 

Miscellaneous stores 71 

Nonstore retailers 7 " 

Wholesale Trade 
Durable goods 

Motor vehicles and automotive parts 

and supplies 
Furniture & home furnishings 
Lumber and other construction 

materials 
Sporting, recreational, photographic 

and hobby goods, toys and supplies 
Metals and minerals except petroleum 
Electricai goods 
Hardware and plumbing and heating 

equipment and supplies 
Machinery, equipment and supplies 
Miscellaneous durable 7s 

Nondurable goods 

Paper and paper products 
Drugs, drug proprietaries and 

druggists 1 sundries 
Apparel, piece goods and notions 
Groceries & related products 
Farm-product raw materials 
Chemicals & allied products 
Petroleum & petroleum products 
Beer, wine and distilled alcoholic 

beverages 

ineous nondurable 7 *' 



(continued on following page) 



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NO. % (CONTD.) 
TRADE ACTIVITY IN MARYLAND, ESTABLISHMENTS UITII PAYROU.: 1982 



TYPF. OF ACTrVITY 







APPROXIMATE 






PERCENT CHANGE 




SALES OR 


1082/1977 






SALES OR 




NUMBER OK 


RECEIPTS 


RECEIPTS 


ANNUAL 


ESTABLISHMENTS 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


PAYROLL 


22,623 


8,583,343 


(D) 


(D) 


439 


361,942 


76 


62 


2,989 


446,918 


50 


44 


4,255 


3,107,154 


168 


126 


1,798 


537,681 


67 


61 


964 


280,851 


57 


52 


214 


101,831 


35 


39 


882 


322,507 


61 


61 


6,813 


1,681,466 


86 


102 


1,964 


481,480 


78 


119 


840 


897,779 


146 


149 


136 


6b, 313 


(D) 


(D) 


860 


223,052 


102 


113 


474 


74,369 


103 


95 



Service Industries 

Hotels, motels, trailer ing parks 

and camps 
Personal services 
Business services 

Automotive repair, services & garages 
Miscellaneous repair services 
Motion pictures 

Other amusement it recreation services 
Health services, except hospitals 
Legal services 
Architectural, engineering & land 

surveying services 
Selected educational services 
Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping 
Social and other services 



/I Each kind-of -business classification includes leased departmetns classified 
in that kind of business as if they were separate establishments. Accordingly, 
data for leased departments are not consolidated with kind-of -business data 
for main stores in which they are located. Data for 1977 adjusted for 
comparable treatment of leased departments between 1977 and 1982. 

/2 Department stores data includes sales from catalog order desks. 



/3 



/4 



Includes liquor; antique and second hand; sporting goods and bicycles; 
jewelry; fuel and ice; florists; cigar and other retail stores not elsewhere 
classified. 



Includes mail order houses; automotive merchandising machine operators; 
direct selling establishments excluding nonemployer direct sellers. 



and 



/5 Includes scrap and waste materials; jewelry, watches, diamonds and other 
stones, durable goods n.e.c. 

/6 Includes farm supplies, tobacco and tobacco products; paints, varnishes; 
other nondurable goods n.e.c. 

(D) Data withheld — disclosure problem. Some service industries covered in the 
1977 Census were not covered for 1982 (hospitals; elementary and secondary 
schools; colleges; labor unions; and political organizations). When the 
adjustment was made to make the 1977 data comparable with the 1982 coverage, 
it was necessary to carry out a major suppression of data. The percent 
change in total receipts from 1977 to 1982 falls in the range of 105-110 
percent . 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 

1982 Census of Retail Trade, Geographic Area Series, RC82-A-21, 

Maryland; 

1982 Census of Wholesale Trade, Geographic Area Series, WC82-A-21, 

Maryland; 

1982 Census of Service Industries, Geographic Area Series, 

SC82-A-21, Maryland. 



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NO. 98 

WHOLESALE TRADE ACTIVITY IN MARYLAND: NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS, SALES, AND ANNUAL PAYROLL CHANGE: 

1982 AND 1977 



TYPE OF ACTIVITY 



NUMBER OF 
ESTABLISHMENTS 



1982 



1977 



TOTAL SALES 



ANNUAL 
PAYROLL 



PERCENT 
1982 1977 CHANGE PERCENT 

($1,000) ($1,000) 1982/77 CHANGE 



Wholesale Trade 5,507 5,019 25,807,341 16,900,800 52.7 64.6 

Durable Goods 3,671 3,245 14,446,677 9,947,032 45.2 67.2 

Motor Vehicles and auto- 
motive parts and supplies 581 560 3,928,501 3,358,397 17.0 38.3 
Furniture & home furnishings 208 187 521,526 356,416 46.3 52.7 
Lumber and other construction 

materials 297 273 912,394 741,529 23.0 26.4 

Sporting, recreational 

photographic and hobby 

goods, toys and supplies 113 86 284,939 117,639 142.2 124.2 
Metals and minerals except 

petroleum 103 98 1,243,222 754,550 64.8 110.9 

Electrical goods 524 462 2,474,230 1,393,672 77.5 87.5 

Hardware and plumbing and 

heating equipment and 

supplies 322 306 781,709 494,041 58.2 51.8 

Machinery, equipment and 

supplies 
Miscellaneous durable 71 

Nondurable Goods 

Paper and paper products 
Drugs, drug proprietaries 

and druggists' sundries 
Apparel, piece goods and notions 
Groceries & related products 
Farm-product raw materials 
Chemicals & allied products 
Petroleum & petroleum products 
Beer, wine and distilled alcoholic 

beverages 
Miscellaneous nondurable 7 3 



1,297 


1,085 


3,809,219 


2,422,766 


57.2 


81.0 


226 


188 


490,937 


308,022 


59.4 


63.6 


1,836 


1,774 


11,360,664 


6,953,768 


63.4 


59.8 


223 


185 


878,265 


585,146 


50.1 


97.2 


49 


46 


389,583 


221,663 


75.8 


26.9 


101 


93 


317,443 


279,328 


13.6 


88.1 


546 


550 


4,051,807 


2,280,435 


77.7 


71.9 


72 


78 


568,726 


450,716 


26.2 


13.6 


101 


88 


361,773 


250,261 


44.6 


93.7 


146 


171 


2,967,306 


1,580,511 


87.7 


37.6 


93 


93 


826,127 


507,448 


62.8 


68.7 


505 


470 


999,634 


798,260 


25.5 


20.1 



1/ Includes scrap and waste materials; jewelry, watches, diamonds, and other stones, durable goods 
n.e.c. 

2/ Includes farm supplies, tobacco and tobacco products; paints, varnishes; other nondurable goods 
n.e.c. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1982 Census of Wholesale Trade, Geographic 
Area Series, Maryland, WC82-A-21. 



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MO. 99 

SERVICE INDUSTRIES IN MARYLAID: ESTABLISHMEITS WITH PAYROLL 

NUMBER OF ESTABLISlHEirrS , TOTAL RECEIPTS, AMD AMKJAL PAYROLL CHAJGE: 

STATISTICS FOR FTRHS SUBJECT TO FEDERAL INCOME TAI: 1982 AID 1977 



NOTE: Comparability of the 1982 and 1977 Census of Service Industries: In 1977 and prior censuses the "ALL 

Establishments" data was based on the combined data of non-employer fins plus establishments of employer 
firms. For 1982 the combined data are not available due to a miscoding of the non-employer businesses. 



NUMBER OF 

ESTABLISHMEUTS 

WITH PAYROLL 



TOTAL RECEIPTS 



■ra, 

PAYROLL 



TYPE OF ACTIVITY 



1982 



1977 



1982 
($1,000) 



1977 

($1,000) 



PERCEST 

CHARGE 

1982/1977 



PERCENT 

CHANGE 

1982/1977 



TOTAL 

Hotels, motels, trailering 

parks & camps 
Personal services 
Business services 
Automotive repair, services & 

garages 
Miscellaneous repair services 
Motion pictures 
Other amusement & recreation 

services 
Health services, except rjospitals 
Legal services 
Architectural, engineering & 

land surveying services 
Selected educational services 
Accounting, auditing and bookkeeping 
Social and other services 



•2,628 


Not 

comparable. 
Data for 


8,583,343 


(D) 


439 


certain 


361,942 


205,597 


2,989 


categories 


446,918 


298, 962 


4,255 


shown for 
1982 not 


3,107,154 


1,161,377 


1,798 


available 


537,681 


322,870 


964 


for 1977. 


280,851 


179,328 


214 




101,831 


75,590 


882 




322,507 


199,9% 


6,813 




1,681,466 


905,431 


1,964 




481,480 


270,190 


840 




897,779 


364,970 


136 




66,313 


(D) 


860 




223,052 


110,551 


4/4 




74,369 


36,205 



(D) 



76.0 

49.5 

167.5 

66.5 
56.6 
34.7 

61.3 
85.7 
78.2 

146.0 

(D) 
101.8 
105.4 



(D) 



62.2 

44.0 

125.8 

61.3 
51.5 
39.4 

60.5 
101.5 

119.4 

148.7 
(D) 

112.8 
94.5 



(D) Data withheld— disclosure problem. Some service industries covered in the 1977 Census were not covered 

for 1982 (hospitals; elementary and secondary schools; colleges; labor unions; and political organizations). 
When the adjustment was made to make the 1977 data comparable with the 1982 coverage, it was necessary to 
carry out a major suppression of data. The percent change in total receipts from 1977 to 1932 falls in 
range of 105-110 percent 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1982 Census of Service Industries, Geographic Area 
Scr> :-, Mj:y./i:::, . ' . ; -21. 



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NO. 100 
MARYLAND RETAIL TRADE, BY POLITICAL S0BDIVISO1I: 1982 





ALL ESTABLISHMENTS'" /v 




ESTABLISHMENTS WITH PAYROLL 7 ' 












PAYROLL 








SALES 




SALES 


ENTIRE YEAR 


PAID 


POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 


NUMBER 


($1,000) 


NUMBER 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


EMPLOYEES''' 


MARYLAND 


30,761 


20,982,781 


22,049 


20,657,416 


2,501,126 


284,555 


BALTIMORE MSA 














Baltimore City 


5,340 


2,644,296 


3,926 


2,572,814 


357,241 


42,472 


Anne Arundel 


2,618 


1,880,118 


1,884 


1,858,040 


214,896 


25,029 


Baltimore Cnty 


4,980 


3,897,717 


3,800 


3,855,763 


459,285 


55,074 


Carroll 


758 


380,448 


448 


368,977 


39,268 


4,755 


Harford 


910 


591,155 


640 


580,] 75 


65,592 


7,918 


Howard 


835 


521,773 


554 


514,065 


61,967 


7,408 


Queen Anne's 


197 


80,211 


123 


76,081 


9,280 


1,154 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 














MARYLAND PORTION 














Montgomery 


4,209 


3,711,219 


2,911 


3,675,954 


464,341 


46,440 


Prince George's 


4,051 


3,743,799 


3,018 


3,711,053 


440,377 


48,411 


Calvert 


223 


88,174 


139 


85,847 


9,568 


1,191 


Charles 


375 


247,806 


273 


244,478 


27,066 


2,794 


Frederick 


948 


550,978 


658 


541,017 


62,054 


7,646 


WESTERN MARYLAND 














Allegany 


762 


373,640 


552 


363,553 


42,526 


5,408 


Garrett 


229 


] 05,084 


13/ 


99,707 


10,570 


1,101 


Washington 


937 


567,974 


672 


557,521 


62,013 


7,098 


SOOTHERS MARYLAND 














St. Mary's 


420 


182,388 


274 


176,538 


21,182 


2,567 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 














Cecil 


455 


252,751 


297 


246,058 


22,740 


2,852 


Kent 


206 


70,121 


140 


67,031 


7,825 


1,030 


Caroline 


194 


53,994 


119 


50,471 


5,637 


736 


Talbot 


402 


176,037 


263 


170,699 


21,825 


2,560 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 














Dorchester 


299 


137,110 


182 


131,893 


12,222 


1,362 


Wicomico 


601 


416,229 


430 


409,253 


45,637 


5,435 


Worcester 


643 


267,421 


517 


261,852 


34,483 


3,639 


Somerset 


169 


42,338 


92 


38,576 


3,531 


475 



/I 



/2 
/3 



Data for the number of establishments included leased departments classified in that kind of 

business as if they were separate establishments. The 1982 data by subdivision is not 

comparable with the 1977 data shown in another table because of a change in the concept of 

leased departments. 

Excludes nonemployer direct sellers. 

For week including March 12. 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1982 Census of Retail Trade, 
Geographic Area Series, RC82-A-21, Maryland. 



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MO. 101 
NARYIAND RETAIL TRADE, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 1977 





ILL KSTABLISHHENTS ' 




ESTABLISIHENTS WITH PAYROLL 












PAYROLL 




POLITICAL 




SALES 




SALES 


ENTIRE YEAR 


PAID 


SUBDIVISION 


NUMBER 


($1,000) 


NUMBER 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


EMPLOYEES* *' 


MARYLAND 


28,58/°' 


14,332,341°' 


21,290° 


' 14,066,084°' 


1,795,029°' 


261,952 


BALTIMORE MSA 














Baltimore City 


5,595 


2,088,617 


4,212 


2,030,106 


294,893 


43,692 


Anne Arundel 


2,217 


1,215,748 


1,669 


1,197,855 


151,048 


22,297 


Baltimore Cnty 


4,598 


2,653,492 


3,565 


2,616,035 


325,919 


49,194 


Carroll 


702 


238,562 


449 


229,177 


25,900 


3,927 


Harford 


844 


369,155 


614 


359,614 


42,981 


6,627 


Howard 


588 


294,725 


433 


298,880 


37,389 


5,648 


Queen Anne's 


191 


50,902 


110 


47,136 


5,639 


884 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA 


: 












MARYLAND PORTCGH 














Montgomery 


3,476 


2,406,665 


2,597 


2,381,841 


317,106 


42,442 


Prince George's 


3,459 


2,570,081 


2,812 


2,547,601 


317,852 


44,445 


Calvert 


187 


58,766 


138 


56,954 


6,3/7 


916 


Charles 


442 


193,593 


310 


188,323 


21,841 


3,098 


Frederick 


766 


351,702 


583 


344,412 


41,044 


6,437 


WESTERN MARYLAND 














Allegany 


728 


275,550 


520 


265,877 


32,116 


4,849 


Garrett 


216 


75,223 


145 


71,848 


7,924 


1,118 


Washington 


938 


421,922 


712 


412,986 


47,636 


7,228 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 














St . Mary's 


408 


122,880 


287 


118,256 


14,076 


2,235 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 














Cecil 


437 


177,635 


323 


172,741 


16,491 


2,742 


Kent 


209 


54,756 


139 


51,592 


6,412 


1,154 


Caroline 


225 


57,630 


137 


53,833 


5,197 


761 


Talbot 


366 


122,583 


265 


118,277 


15,057 


2,173 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 














Dorchester 


310 


86,758 


203 


82,483 


9,931 


1,520 


Wicomico 


646 


288,435 


473 


218,802 


36,455 


5,279 


Worcester 


616 


169,578 


493 


164,568 


21,414 


2,797 


Somerset 


180 


32,150 


101 


27,654 


2,643 


489 



< ») 



Excludes noneraployer direct sales. 

'For week including March 12. 

Data at the State level for 1977 has been adjusted to allow for comparability with the 1982 
data. For the 1982 report there has been a change in the concept of leased departments — each 
leased department has been treated as a separate establishment and classified according to that 
kind of business it conducts. In 1977 and prior Censuses, data for leased departments were 
consolidated with the data for stores in which they were located. THE DATA SHOWN BY 
SUBDIVISION HAVE NOT BEEN ADJUSTED AND ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH THE 1982 DATA. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1982 Census of Retail Trade, 

■ -iraphic Area Series, RC82-A-21, Maryland; 1977 Census ci Retail Trade, RC77-A-21, 
Maryland. 



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NO. 102 
MARYLAND WHOLESALE TRADE, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1982 



POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 



NUMBER OF 
ESTABLISHMENTS 



ANNUAL 

SALES 
($1,000) 



PAYROLL 
($1,000) 



PAID 
EMPI.OYEES 1 



MARYI.AND 


5,507 


BALTIMORE MSA 




Bait Lmore City 


1,089 


Anne Arundel 


407 


Baltimore Cnty 


909 


Carroll 


120 


Harford 


105 


Howard 


340 


Queen Anne ' s 


42 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 




MARYLAND PORTION 




Montgomery 


832 


Prince George's 


691 


Calvert 


17 


Charles 


54 


Frederick 


116 


WESTERN MARYLAND 




Allegany 


100 


Garrett 


31 


Washington 


174 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 




St . Mary ' s 


39 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 




Cecil 


47 


Kent 


28 


Caroline 


29 


Talbot 


67 


I.OWER EASTERN SHORE 




Dorchester 


40 


Wicomico 


147 


Worcester 


57 


Somerset 


26 



5,807,341 


1,485,495 


77,113 


7,225,796 

2,112,466 

4,026,715 

240,408 

198,412 

2,509,224 

124,495 


349,024 

100, 180 

257,793 

18,194 

10,038 

121,263 

6,130 


18,449 

5,218 

12,273 

1,207 

709 

5,930 

538 


3,628,442 

3,328,807 

(D) 

156,468 

328,675 


216,542 
241,099 
(D) 

10,112 
24,339 


9,391 
12,486 
(D) 
749 

1,494 


210,854 

51,447 

437,785 


13,776 

3,080 

37,157 


930 

274 

2,290 



78,881 



6,702 



459 



82,005 


5,231 


380 


67,364 


2,404 


209 


84,654 


3,550 


251 


166,184 


9,105 


639 


64,163 


4,215 


351 


519,213 


33,856 


2,045 


103,233 


5,338 


400 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 



* For week including March 12. 

(D) Data withheld - disclosure problem. 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1982 Census of 
Wholesale Trade, Geographic Area Series, Maryland, WC82-A-21 . 



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NO. 10 i 
MARY I .AND WHOI^ESALE TRADE, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1977 



POLITICAL 

SUBDIVISION 



NUMBKR OF 
ESTABLISHMENTS 



SALES 
($1,000) 



ANNUAL 

PAYROLL 

($1,000) 



PAID 
EMPLOYEES* 



MARYI.AND 



5,019 



BALTIMORE MSA 




Baltimore City 


1,162 


Anne Arundel 


263 


Baltimore Cnty 


802 


Carroll 


102 


Harford 


91 


Howard 


235 


Queen Anne ' s 


37 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 




MARYLAND PORTION 




Montgomery 


694 


Prince George's 


649 


Calvert 


12 


Charles 


54 


Frederick 


116 


WESTERN MARYLAND 




Allegany 


99 


Garrett 


37 


Washington 


180 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

St. Mary's 

UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 

Kent 

Caroline 

Talbot 

I.OWER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 

W i comico 

Worcester 

Somerset 



34 



39 
27 
28 
67 



43 

154 

62 

32 



16,900,800 



4,910,046 

1,091,594 

2,691,597 

146,250 

142,806 

1,464,847 

57,019 



130,519 
757,141 
12,246 
116,906 
196,033 



143,390 

44,372 

243,634 



61,522 



33,299 

41,081 

59,632 

105,007 



34,755 

329,222 

66,611 

21,271 



902,244 



253,126 

48,696 

149,919 

9,561 

8,786 

55,244 

3,044 



127,105 

140,122 

968 

7,914 

14,667 



8,559 

2,670 

23,044 



4,176 



3,135 
2,015 
2,718 
6,759 



2,730 

20,637 

4,919 

1,730 



67,121 



18,966 

3,498 

10,403 

901 

808 

3,890 

376 



8,139 

10,373 

101 

666 

1,337 



799 

304 

2,025 

385 



316 
237 
270 
634 



311 

1,689 

420 

273 



For the week including March 12. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1977 Census of 
Wholesale Trade, Geographic Area Series, Maryland, WC-A-21 . 






NO. 104 
SERVICE INDUSTRIES 7 ' IN NARYIJVND BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1982 







ESTABLISHMENTS WITH PAYROLL 7 


V 




PAYROLL 






POLITICAL 




RECEIPTS 


ENTIRE YEAR 


PAID 


SUBDIVISION 


NUMBER 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


EMPLOYEES'' 1 


NARYIAND 


22,628 


8,583,343 


3,404,469 


228,096 


BALTIMORE MSI 










Baltimore City 


3,954 


1,453,229 


586,664 


41,566 


Anne Arundel 


1,745 


490,110 


179,650 


14,266 


Baltimore Cnty 


3,766 


1,152,937 


481,549 


36,197 


Carroll 


391 


63,286 


21,410 


2,084 


Harford 


597 


108,079 


47,299 


3,416 


Howard 


722 


298,177 


116,972 


7,463 


Queen Anne's 


69 


8,365 


2,849 


318 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 








MARYLAND PORTION 










Montgomery 


5,066 


3,033,917 


1,213,986 


66,872 


Prince George's 


2,908 


1,278,589 


493,078 


34,426 


Calvert 


120 


23,259 


7,921 


848 


Charles 


224 


32,453 


11,628 


1,037 


Frederick 


489 


113,251 


48,020 


3,555 


WESTERN MARYLAND 










Allegany 


366 


60,033 


21,872 


1,816 


Garrett 


92 


21,340 


7,714 


819 


Washington 


485 


99,838 


38,674 


3,195 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 










St. Mary's 


198 


48,434 


22,966 


131 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 










Cecil 


185 


35,525 


13,016 


1,255 


Kent 


90 


10,390 


3,223 


320 


Caroline 


77 


10,288 


2,977 


371 


Talbot 


196 


37,866 


14,557 


1,127 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 










Dorchester 


132 


24,560 


7,404 


628 


Wicomico 


397 


94,686 


38,357 


2,789 


Worcester 


319 


80,514 


21,633 


2,099 


Somerset 


40 


4,217 


1,050 


1,498 



Includes hotels, motels and other lodging places; personal services; 
business services; auto repair, auto services, garages; 
miscellaneous repair shops; amusement and recreation services, 
including motion pictures; health services except hospitals; legal 
services, architectural, engineering and land-surverying services; 
selected educational services; accounting, auditing and bookkeeping 
services; social and other services. 

Data for "All Establishments"--combined data of non-employer firms 
plus establishments of employer firms— is not available in the 1982 
Census due to a miscoding of non-employer businesses. 

For week including March 12. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1982 Census 
of Service Industries, Geographic Area Series, Maryland, 
SC82-A-21. 



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m. 105 

NUMBER OK ESTABLISHMENTS WITH PAYROLL, BY SELECTED IOND-OP-BUSINESS SWOPS, 
MARYLAND SERVICE IJIDOSTRIES BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISIOl: 1982 







SI 


■ILECTED KIND-OP-I 


BUSINESS GROUPS 






HOTELS, 


AUTO 




AMUSEMENT 


AND 








MOTELS, 


REPAIR, 




RECREATION SERVICES 


HEALTH 






AND OTHER 


AUTO 




INCLUDING 




SERVICES 




POLITICAL 


LODGING 


SERVICES 




MOTION 




EXCEPT 


LEGAL 


SUBDIVISION 


PUCES 


GARAGES 




PICTURE 




HOSPITALS 


SERVICES 


MARYLAND 


439 


1,798 




1,0% 




6,813 


1,964 


BALTIMORE MSA 
















Laltimore City 


35 


347 




110 




1,231 


536 


Anne Arundel 


25 


167 




96 




473 


132 


Baltimore Cnty 


48 


272 




216 




1,242 


238 


Carroll 


3 


45 




20 




115 


27 


Harford 


10 


63 




27 




200 


38 


Howard 


23 


54 




38 




189 


42 


Queen Anne's 


2 


5 




9 




12 


10 


WASHINGTON, D.C. USA: 














MARYLAND PORTIOli 
















Montgomery 


32 


262 




207 




1,533 


446 


Prince George's 


38 


272 




142 




361 


203 


Calvert 


2 


7 




8 




38 


13 


Cnarles 


13 


23 




10 




56 


20 


Frederick 


13 


54 




30 




141 


42 


WESTERN MARYLAND 
















Allegany 


12 


34 




22 




146 


21 


Garrett 


9 


5 




12 




29 


6 


Washington 


1/ 


50 




29 




143 


36 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 
















St. Mary's 


3 


17 




11 




47 


18 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 
















• 


10 


21 




14 




45 


27 


Kent 


5 


6 




3 




?4 


11 


Caroline 




12 




1 




12 


9 


Talbot 


8 


21 




11 




64 


17 


U1WER EASTERN SHORE 
















Dorchester 


2 


16 




6 




15 


14 


Wicomico 


13 


32 




17 




126 


32 


Worcester 


110 


10 




55 




31 


20 


S-tvrset 




3 




2 




10 


G 


Source: i.S. U-p-irtment of Conmerce, Bureau 


of 


the Census, 


1982 Census 


of Service 




• . . ' 


araohic 


Area Series, 


SC82-A-21. Marv 


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NO . 10/ 

GROSS STATE PRODUCT, MARYLAND, 
CURRENT AND CONSTANT DOLLARS: 1967 - 1986 



YEAR 









GSP 


GSP 




CONSTANT DOLLARS 


CURRENT DOLLARS 




1982-100 


($1,000,000, 


p 000) 


($1 


,000,000,000) 


80.0 






69.0 


75.0 






66.4 


69.7 






63.8 


62.6 






59.7 


57.5 






57.5 


53.7 






57.6 


47.6 






55.9 


43.0 






55.8 


39.5 






54.9 


35.4 






52.7 


32.6 






51.2 


30.0 






50.3 


27.4 






50.1 


25.3 






50.9 


22.7 






48.2 


20.5 






44.7 


18.9 






43.0 


17.4 






39.7 


15.8 






37.9 


14.0 






35.2 



1986 
1985 
1984 
1983 
1982 
1981 
1980 
1979 
1978 
1977 
1976 
19/5 
1974 
1973 
1972 
1971 
1970 
1969 
1968 
1967 



Source: Bell Atlantic, Corporate Economist, 



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NO. 108 
PERSONAL INCOME BY NAJOR SOURCE, MARYLAND: 1986 AND 1984 



l.ilH' 



It. 



1966 



AS PERCENT 
OP PERSONAL 
INCOME 



1984 



AS PERCENT 

OP PERSONAL 

INCOME 



PERCEWT 

CHANGE 
1986/84 



INCOME BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE 

1. Total personal income (lines 6-11) 

2. Nonfarra personal income 

3. Farm income (line 17) 

I. Copulation (thousands) (a) 

5. Per capita personal income (dollars) 

DERIVATION OF TOTAL PERSONAL INCOME 

6. Earnings by place of work (lines 12-16 or 17-32) 

7. Less: Personal contributions for social insurance(b) 

8. Plus: Adjustment for residence 

9. Equals: Net earnings by place of residence 

10. Plus: Dividends, interest, and rent(c) 

11. Plus: Transfer payments 



75,272 


100.0 


64,569 


100.0 


16.6 


74,908 


99.5 


64,237 


99.5 


16.6 


364 


0.5 


332 


0.5 


9.6 


4,463 




4,348 




2.6 


16,864 




14,849 




13.6 


49,386 


65.6 


41,749 


64.7 


18.3 


3,206 


4.3 


2,537 


3.9 


26.4 


7,201 


9.6 


6,399 


9.9 


12.5 


53,381 


70.9 


45,611 


70.6 


17.0 


11,765 


15.6 


10,177 


15.8 


15.6 


10,126 


13.5 


8,780 


13.6 


15.3 



EARNINGS BY PLACE OF WORK 

Components of earnings: 

12. Wages and salaries 

13. Other labor income 

14. Proprietors' income(d) 

Farm(d) 
16. Nonfarm 

EARNINGS BY INDDSTRY 
1 / . Farm 

18. Nonfarm 

19. Agricultural Serv., forestry, fisheries, other(e) 

20. Mining 

21 . Construction 

22. Manufacturing 

23. Nondurable goods 

24. Durable goods 

25. Transportation and public utilities 

26. Wholesale trade 

27. Retail trade 

28. Finance, insurance, and real estate 

29. Services 

30. Federal government, civilian 

31. Federal government, military 

32. State and local government 



41,636 


55.3 


35,288 


54.7 


18.0 


3,562 


4.7 


3,167 


4.9 


12.5 


4,188 


5.6 


3,295 


5.1 


27.1 


290 


0.4 


258 


0.4 


12.4 


3,898 


5.2 


3,036 


4.7 


28.4 


364 


0.5 


332 


0.5 


9.6 


49,022 


65.1 


41,418 


64.1 


18.4 


244 


0.3 


171 


0.3 


42.7 


174 


0.2 


135 


0.2 


28.9 


4,043 


5.4 


3,072 


4.8 


31.6 


6,145 


8.2 


5,835 


9.0 


5.3 


2,487 


3.3 


2,231 


3.5 


11.5 


3,658 


4.9 


3,604 


5.6 


1.5 


2,998 


4.0 


2,686 


4.2 


11.6 


3,021 


4.0 


2,577 


4.0 


17.2 


5,615 


7.5 


4,660 


7.2 


20.5 


3,210 


4.3 


2,376 


3.7 


35.1 


12,814 


17.0 


10,128 


15.7 


26.5 


4,408 


5.9 


4,241 


6.6 


3.9 


1,005 


1.3 


895 


1.4 


12.3 


5,343 


7.1 


4,641 


7.2 


15.1 



(a) Midyear population estimates of the Bureau of the Census (excluding U.S. Government employees stationed outside the U.S.). 

(b) Personal contributions for social insurance are included in the estimates of earnings by type and industry. However, they 
are not included in personal income and therefore are subtracted from earnings in the computation of personal income. 

(c) Includes the capital consumption adjustment for rental income of persons. 

(d) Includes the capital consumption adjustments and inventory valuation. 

tther includes the wages and salaries of U.S. residents employed by international organizations and foreign embassies aixl 
elates in the United States. 

Snuroe: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Survey of Current Business , August 1987. 



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Ho. 109 
TOTAL PERSONAL INCOME AMD PER CAPITA PERSONAL INCOME BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1984" AND 1979 





TOTAL PERSONAL INCOME 




PER CAPITA 








BY PLACE OF 


RESIDENCE 




PERSONAL 


INCOME 




RANK 




(MILLIONS OF 


DOLLARS) 


PERCENT 


(DOLLARS) 


PERCENT 


IN 




1984 


1979 


CHANGE 


1984 


1979 


CHANGE 


STATE 


MARYLAND 


62,816 


39,334 


59.7 


14,443 


9,313 


55.1 




BALTIMORE RSA 
















Baltimore City 


8,404 


5,900 


42.4 


11,006 


7,304 


50.7 


20 


Anne Arundel 


5,586 


3,417 


63.5 


14,362 


9,261 


55.1 


5 


Baltimore Cnty 


10,238 


6,722 


52.3 


15,211 


10,330 


47.3 


4 


Carroll 


1,440 


812 


77.3 


13,749 


8,581 


60.2 


7 


Harford 


2,032 


1,238 


64.1 


13,462 


8,505 


58.3 


8 


Howard 


2,399 


1,298 


84.8 


17,680 


11,167 


58.3 


2 


Queen Anne's 


345 


201 


71.6 


12,470 


7,974 


56.4 


13 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
















MARYLAND PORTION 
















Montgomery 


13,382 


7,888 


69.7 


21,444 


13,559 


58.2 


1 


Prince George's 


9,536 


6,090 


56.6 


14,115 


9,150 


54.3 


6 


Calvert 


5i7 


277 


86.6 


13,172 


8,232 


60.0 


9 


Charles 


1,034 


566 


82.7 


12,640 


7,952 


59.0 


11 


Frederick 


1,625 


949 


71.2 


13,102 


8,463 


54.8 


10 


WESTERN MARYLAND 
















Allegany 


765 


546 


40.1 


9,941 


6,728 


47.8 


22 


Garrett 


214 


151 


41.7 


7,990 


5,775 


38.4 


24 


Washington 


1,301 


876 


48.5 


11,619 


7,712 


50.7 


14 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 
















St. Mary's 


708 


398 


77.9 


11,148 


6,799 


64.0 


18 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 
















Cecil 


757 


449 


68.6 


11,547 


7,565 


52.6 


16 


Kent 


193 


123 


56.9 


11,563 


7,329 


57.8 


15 


Caroline 


250 


158 


58.2 


10,581 


6,848 


54.5 


21 


Talbot 


410 


251 


63.3 


15,282 


9,815 


55.7 


3 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 
















Dorchester 


331 


216 


53.2 


11,078 


6,941 


59.6 


19 


Wicomico 


754 


455 


65.7 


11,423 


7,082 


61.3 


17 


Worcester 


417 


240 


73.8 


12,488 


7,702 


62.1 


12 


Somerset 


178 


112 


58.9 


9,528 


5,860 


62.6 


23 



Note: County personal income data may not add to State total due to rounding. 

1984 estimates are the most current available for counties. BEA is carrying out a compre- 
hensive revision of county data. The planned release date for 1985 and 1986 income is April 
1988. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Economics Infor- 
mation System, issued April 1986. 



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NO. 110 

TOTAL PERSONAL INCOMK, MAKYIAND, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND SELECTED 

EASTERN STATES: 1986 AND 1985 



STATE 



TOTAL PERSONAL INCOME 



($1 ,000,000) 
1986 



($1,000,000) 
1985 



ANNUAL AVERAGE 

PERCENT CHANGE 

1986/85 1986/79 



UNITED STATES 



3,529,522 



3,320,099 



6.3 



8.2 



M 1 DEAST 

New Jersey 

New York 

MARYLAND 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Pennsylvania 

SOUTHEAST 

Georgia 

Florida 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

Tennessee 

South Carolina 

Alabama 

Arkansas 

Kentucky 

West Virginia 

Louisiana 



141,919 
304,095 

75,272 
9,498 

12,142 
169,392 



82,078 
170,980 
89,169 
78,763 
57,645 
38,153 
45,939 
26,268 
41,902 
20,289 
50,382 



131,542 
282,914 

70,058 
8,901 

11,443 
160,627 



75,508 
157,927 
82,550 
73,171 
53,793 
35,842 
43,277 
24,903 
40,118 
19,521 
50,540 



7.9 


9.4 


7.5 


8.7 


7.4 


9.1 


6.7 


3.1 


6.1 


7.3 


5.5 


6.8 


8.7 


10.4 


8.3 


11.0 


8.0 


9.8 


7.6 


9.3 


7.2 


8.1 


6.4 


8.7 


6.2 


7.7 


5.5 


7.6 


4.4 


C.5 


3.9 


5.4 


0.3 


6.8 



MARYIAND as a Percent 
of U.S. 



2.1 



2.1 



Note: State Personal Income is income received by State residents from all sources 
during any calendar year. Excludes wages and salaries received by federal 
military and civilian employees temporarily stationed abroad. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Survey of 
Current Business, August, 1907. 



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NO. Ill 

PER CAPITA PERSONAL INCOME, MARYLAND, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND 
SELECTED EASTERN STATES: 1986 AND 1985 













RANK IN 




PER CAPITA 


INCOME 


ANNUAL AVERAGE 


NATION BASED 




1986 


1985 


PERCENT 


CHANGE 


ON 1986 


STATE 


($) 


($) 


1986/85 


1986/79 


INCOME 


UNITED STATES 


14,641 


13,907 


5.3 


7.1 




MIDEAST 












New York 


17,111 


15,942 


7.3 


8.6 


6 


New Jersey 


18,626 


17,398 


7.1 


8.9 


3 


MARYLAND 


16,864 


15,948 


5.7 


8.3 


8 


District of Columbia 


19,397 


18,362 


5.6 


8.0 


2 


Pennsylvania 


14,249 


13,540 


5.2 


6.8 


22 


Delaware 


15,010 


14,308 


4.9 


7.3 


14 


SOUTHEAST 












Tennessee 


12,002 


11,284 


6.4 


7.2 


39 


Georgia 


13,446 


12,638 


6.4 


8.5 


29 


Virginia 


15,408 


14,477 


6.4 


8.5 


12 


North Carolina 


12,438 


11,685 


6.4 


7.9 


37 


Alabama 


11,336 


10,760 


5.4 


7.0 


43 


Florida 


14,646 


13,897 


5.4 


7.7 


20 


South Carolina 


11,299 


10,749 


5.1 


7.3 


44 


West Virginia 


10,576 


10,079 


4.9 


5.6 


50 


Arkansas 


11,073 


10,553 


4.9 


6.9 


48 


Mississippi 


9,716 


9,279 


4.7 


6.0 


51 


Kentucky 


11,238 


10,759 


4.5 


6.2 


45 


Louisiana 


11,193 


11,267 


-0.7 


5.6 


47 


MARYLAND as Percent 












of U.S. 


115.2 


114.7 









Note: State Personal Income is income received by State residents from all 

sources during any calendar year. Exlcudes wages and salaries received 
by federal military and civilian employees temporarily stationed abroad. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Survey of 
Current Business, August, 1987. 



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NO. 112 
TRANSFER PAYMENTS*, BY STATE FOR 1986 AID 1984 



1986 



TRANSFER PAYMENTS (MILLIONS OF DOLLARS) 
1984 1986 



L9M 



UNITED STATES 


518,889 


457,152 


NORTHEAST 


125, y 26 


112,688 


Maine 


2,661 


2,394 


New Hampshire 


1,798 


1,610 


Vermont 


1,038 


938 


Massachusetts 


14,304 


12,990 


Rhode Island 


2,418 


2,204 


Connecticut 


6,847 


6,037 


New York 


49,949 


44,351 


New Jersey 


16,646 


14,898 


Pennsylvania 


30,265 


27,266 


MIDWEST 


125,315 


112,667 


Ohio 


24,820 


22,007 


Indiana 


10,151 


9,146 


Illinois 


24,351 


22,164 


Michigan 


20,443 


18,718 


Wisconsin 


10,230 


9,247 


Minnesota 


8,626 


7,730 


Iowa 


5,694 


5,140 


Missouri 


10,427 


9,189 


North Dakota 


1,383 


1,168 


South Dakota 


1,345 


1,193 


Nebraska 


3,008 


2,642 


Kansas 


4,837 


4,323 


SOUTH 


162,856 


142,065 


Delaware 


1,238 


1,085 


MARYLAND 


10,126 


8,780 


District of Columbia 


2,590 


2,424 



Virginia 


11,792 


10,348 


West Virginia 


4,708 


4,231 


North Carolina 


10,982 


9,642 


South Carolina 


5,912 


5,158 


Georgia 


10,565 


9,215 


Florida 


27,798 


23,952 


Kentucky 


7,435 


6,707 


Tennessee 


9,103 


7,945 


Alabama 


7,987 


7,234 


Mississippi 


5,000 


4,463 


Arkansas 


4,991 


4,419 


Louisiana 


8,722 


7,429 


Oklahoma 


6,618 


5,811 


Texas 


27,289 


23,222 


WEST** 


101,176 


86,897 


Montana 


1,740 


1,542 


Idaho 


1,757 


1,546 


Wyoming 


836 


716 


Colorado 


5,844 


5,124 


New Mexico 


2,714 


2,345 


Arizona 


6,354 


5,337 


Utah 


2,510 


2,174 


Nevada 


1,961 


1,665 


Washington 


10,266 


8,856 


Oregon 


5,933 


5,305 


California 


61,261 


52,287 


Alaska 


1,205 


891 


Hawai i 


2,412 


1,942 



# Personal income includes transfers - payments to persons for which they do not render current services. This 
component includes payments by government and business to individuals and nonprofit institutiions. 
Transfer payments consist of: 

(1) income maintenance: Federal and State and Local direct welfare (including supplemental security income 
payments), food stamp payments, and payments made through several other relief programs. 

(2) unemployment compensation: payments to unemployed workers through State, Federal and railroad unemploy- 
ment insurance programs. 

(3) retirement and other: retirement and disability payments made through the social security programs and 
through railroad, military, and Federal civilian retirement programs; Medicare; educational assistance 
to veterans and others; and miscellaneous transfers, such as business payments. 

tals do not include Alaska and Hawaii. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Survey of Current Business, August 1987. 



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No. 113 

FAMILY INCOME DISTRIBUTION: 1979 
UNITED STATES, MARYLAND AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS 















PERCENT 


OK FAMILIES BY INCOME GROUPS 








MEDIAN 


NUMBER OF 


TOTAL 


UNDER 


$5,000- 


$7,500- 


$10,000- 


$15,000- 


$20,000- 


$25,000- 


$35,000- 


$50,000 


SUBDIVISION 


INCOME 


FAMILIES 


PERCENT 


$5,000 


7,499 


9,999 


14,999 


19,999 


24,999 


34,999 


49,999 


or more 


United States 


19,917 


59,190,133 


100.0 


7.3 


6.2 


6.9 


14.7 


15.1 


14.3 


19.1 


10.7 


5.6 


Maryland 


23,112 


1,094,386 


100.0 


5.8 


4.4 


5.2 


12.1 


13.5 


13.8 


21.5 


15.3 


8.4 


BALTIMORE MSA 


























Baltimore City 


15,721 


188,943 


100.0 


14.8 


8.4 


8.6 


16.0 


14.5 


12.4 


14.8 


7.4 


3.2 


Anne Arundel 


24,771 


97,311 


100.0 


3.8 


3.1 


4.1 


10.8 


13.3 


15.5 


24.9 


17.1 


7.3 


Baltimore Cnty 


24,413 


180,679 


100.0 


3.4 


3.3 


4.4 


10.8 


14.0 


15.8 


24.6 


15.7 


8.0 


Carroll 


23,340 


25,662 


100.0 


3.3 


3.9 


4.8 


11.7 


15.5 


16.0 


27.1 


12.8 


4.9 


Harford 


23,565 


38,595 


100.0 


4.8 


4.0 


4.1 


12.5 


13.7 


14.9 


25.9 


14. S 


5.6 


Howard 


30,328 


31,535 


100.0 


2.3 


2.0 


3.0 


7.9 


9.1 


11.3 


26.8 


25.2 


12.4 


Queen Anne's 


19,514 


7,055 


100.0 


5.5 


6.8 


8.0 


15.4 


15.5 


16.4 


17.8 


9.1 


5.6 


WASHINGTON, D.C. USA: 


























MARYLAND PORTION 


























Montgomery 


33,702 


152,891 


100.0 


2.4 


1.7 


2.2 


6.7 


8.8 


9.8 


20.6 


24.4 


23.3 


Prince George's 


25,525 


166,923 


100.0 


3.7 


2.8 


4.1 


11.1 


13.0 


13.9 


24.1 


19.3 


8.0 


Calvert 


23,831 


8,867 


100. 


5.2 


4.8 


4.7 


11.1 


11. 8 


16.2 


22.8 


17.8 


5.6 


Charles 


25,747 


18,318 


100.0 


4.3 


3.5 


4.1 


9.8 


11.6 


14.6 


27.6 


18.9 


5.7 


Frederick 


22,639 


30,251 


100.0 


3.9 


3.5 


5.0 


13.2 


14.9 


16.1 


24.2 


13.9 


5.3 


WESTERN MARYLAND 


























Allegany 


16,927 


22,080 


100.0 


6.9 


7.7 


9.9 


17.9 


18.9 


14.9 


15.6 


6.1 


2.0 


Garrett 


14,959 


7,095 


100.0 


9.4 


9.4 


9.7 


21.7 


18.5 


13.9 


11.7 


3.5 


2.2 


Washington 


19,333 


30,404 


100.0 


6.2 


6.0 


6.7 


16.2 


17.1 


15.4 


20.0 


9.0 


3.4 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 


























St. Mary's 


20,573 


14,826 


100.0 


5.8 


4.7 


7.7 


14.7 


15.3 


14.8 


21.7 


11.3 


4.0 



UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 20,144 

Kent 16,347 

Caroline 17,105 

Talbot 19,733 

LOWER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 16,699 

Wicomico 18,446 

Worcester 16,620 

Somerset 14,602 



15,802 


100.0 


5.2 


5.6 


7.2 


14.0 


17.5 


16.7 


20.7 


9.7 


3.4 


4,495 


100.0 


8.8 


7.2 


9.8 


18.8 


16.5 


11.5 


15.3 


7.8 


4.3 


6,334 


100.0 


8.1 


8.9 


8.3 


16.7 


18.4 


14.9 


16.1 


6.0 


2.7 


7,248 


100.0 


5.5 


6.0 


7.0 


15.0 


17.4 


12.4 


18.4 


10.7 


7.6 


8,275 


100.0 


8.3 


8.8 


8.1 


18.9 


17.0 


14.7 


14.4 


6.7 


3.2 


17,248 


100.0 


6.8 


6.6 


7.3 


17.0 


17.9 


14.1 


18.8 


7.9 


3.6 


8,375 


100.0 


7.1 


7.9 


8.8 


20.3 


17.3 


13.9 


14.1 


6.3 


4.3 


5,174 


100.0 


8.4 


10.8 


10.1 


22.1 


17.6 


12.2 


11.5 


5.5 


1.8 



Note: Percents may not total to 100.0 due to rounding. 

Sources: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Final Report PC 80-1-C22, Maryland, General Social and Economic 
Characteristics; Census of Population and Housing, 1980, United States, Summary Tape File 3C. 



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Ho. 114 

FAMILIES BELOW POVERTY LLNE \M MARYLAND 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1979 





ALL INCOME 


FAMILIES BELOW 




LEVELS: 1979 


POVERTY LEVEL: 


1979 


SUBDIVISION 


FAMILIES 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


UNITED STATES 


59,190,1.1:} 


,670,215 


9.6 


MARYLAND 


1,094,386 


82,012 


7.5 


BALTIMORE USA 








Baltimore City 


188,943 


35,751 


18.9 


Amie Arundel 


97,311 


4,362 


5.0 


Baltimore Cnty 


180,679 


7,337 


4.1 


Carro 1 1 


25,662 


1,017 


4.0 


Harford 


38,595 


2,403 


6.2 


Howard 


31,535 


919 


2.9 


Queen Anne's 


7,055 


530 


7.4 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 








MARYLAND PORTION 








Montgomery 


152,891 


4,661 


3.0 


Prince George's 


166,923 


3,138 


4.9 


Calvert 


8,867 


680 


7.7 


Charles 


18,318 


1,135 


6.2 


Frederick 


30,251 


1,496 


4.9 


WESTERN MARYLAND 








Allegany 


22,080 


1,994 


9.0 


Garrett 


7,095 


902 


12.7 


Washington 


30,404 


2,440 


8.0 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 








St. Mary's 


14,826 


1,229 


8.3 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 








Cecil 


15,802 


1,083 


6.9 


Kent 


4,495 


460 


10.2 


Caroline 


6,334 


638 


10.1 


Talbot 


7,248 


514 


7.1 


I£UER EASTERN SHORE 








Dorchester 


8,275 


884 


10.7 


Wicomico 


17,248 


1,555 


9.0 


Worcester 


0,375 


316 


9.7 


Somerset 


5,174 


568 


11.0 



Note on the Poverty Level: 

The poverty level is a designation used by the federal government as 
one means of identifying areas and persons with income levels so low that 
some economic hardship is likely to be present. Various levels have been 
determined depending on family size, number of children, and age of the 
family householder or unrelated individual. The poverty thresholds used 
in the 1980 census differ slightly from those used in the 1970 census, 
which took into account the same three factors as well as sex of the 
family householder or unrelated individual and farm-nonfarm residence. In 
addition, for the 1980 census the thresholds by size of family were 
extended from 7 or more persons to 9 or more persons. The income cutoffs 
are updated each year to reflect the change in the Consumer Price Index. 
The poverty threshold for a family of four was $7,412 in 1979. In 1986, 
the national threshold for a family of four was $11,203. No further data 
is available at State and County levels since the 1980 Census. 

Source: U.S. Department ot Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Final Report 
PC80-1-C22 Maryland, General Social and Economic Characteristics; 
Census of Population and Housing 1980; United States: Summary 
Tape File 3C. 



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No. 115 

GROSS HOUSEHOLD INCOME! BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 198b 







PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF 


HOUSEHOLDS 




AVERAGE 


BY 


HOUSEHOLD 


INCOME GROUP 












POLITICAL 


PER 


$0,000- 


$15,000- 


$35,000- 


$50,000 


SOBDIVISIOii 


HOUSEHOLD 


14,999 


34,999 


49,999 


AND OVER 


MARYLAND 


36,b09 


38.4 


36.2 


14.4 


11.0 


BALTIMORE MSA 












Anne Arundel 


40,291 


14.5 


33.0 


24.6 


27.8 


Baltimore City (1) 


24,131 










Baltimore (1) 


37,228 


29.3 


37.0 


18.6 


15.1 


Carroll 


35,068 


18.0 


37.0 


26.0 


19.0 


Harford 


35,951 


17.9 


35.6 


25.0 


21.5 


Howard 


46,516 


10.5 


26.4 


24.5 


38.7 


Queen Anne's 


30,440 


27.4 


39.6 


18.9 


14.1 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 












MARYLAND PORTION 












Calvert 


36,975 


19.0 


32.7 


22.8 


25.5 


Charles 


39,390 


15.8 


29.6 


25.9 


28.7 


Frederick 


34,446 


19.7 


37.3 


23.5 


19.5 


Montgomery 


53,522 


10.6 


25.9 


20.2 


43.3 


Prince George's 


37,932 


15.2 


36.3 


23.5 


25.0 


WESTERS MARYLAND 












Allegany 


23,104 


38.2 


42.1 


13.7 


6.0 


Garrett 


21,188 


41.8 


44.5 


9.5 


4.2 


Washington 


25,872 


31.9 


42.8 


16.6 


8.6 


SOOTHERS MARYLAND 












St. Mary's 


33,100 


21.6 


37.3 


22.5 


18.6 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 












Cecil 


30,253 


24.1 


41.4 


21.4 


13.1 


Caroline 


24,025 


36.4 


41.8 


15.1 


6.7 


Kent 


25,216 


36.0 


40.6 


14.0 


9.4 


Talbot 


31,492 


28.8 


38.7 


16.8 


15.7 


I.OWER EASTERS SHORE 












Dorchester 


23,589 


38.1 


42.3 


13.0 


6.7 


Wicomico 


27,428 


31.4 


40.4 


17.9 


10.3 


Worcester 


25,710 


35.4 


41.2 


14.1 


9.2 


Somerset 


20,082 


45.0 


40.8 


9.0 


5.2 



Income attributed to persons before deduction of personal tax and non-tax 
payments to the federal and state governments. 

(1) Baltimore City percentage income distribution is included in Baltimore 
County data. 

Source: Standard Rate and Data Service, Inc., Newspaper Rates and Data, 
Volume 69, July 12, 1987, 4-1-86 Consumer Market Data. Data 
supplied by National Decision Systems, Box 9007, Encinitas, CA 
92024-9007, (619-942-7000). 



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■0. 116 
CROSS HOUSEHOLD IHCOME - , MARYLAMD, DISTRICT OF COLUWIA A» SELECTED EASTER! STATES: 1985 







pmmB distributcoi of HOUSEHOLDS 




Average 


BY 


HOUSEHOLD LHCOH 


; GROUP 


















Per 


$ 0,000- 


$15,000- 


$35 


,000- 


$50,000 


STATE 


Household 


14,999 


34,999 


49 


,999 


and over 


United States 


30,206 


32.1 


37.1 




16.7 


14.0 


Hideast 














MARYLAND 


36,509 


38.4 


36.2 




14.4 


11.0 


New York 


32,765 


35.8 


34.4 




15.4 


14.3 


New Jersey 


3/, 891 


39.1 


36.8 




14.8 


9.4 


Pennsylvania 


28,673 


39.7 


37.5 




14.4 


8.4 


Delaware 


32,870 


39.4 


34.4 




14.9 


11.3 


District of Columbia 


33,526 


30.4 


35.5 




15.7 


18.4 


Southeast 














Virginia 


33,411 


27.1 


37.9 




18.5 


16.5 


West Virginia 


22,268 


39.8 


37.6 




12.9 


9.7 


North Carolina 


26,912 


31.9 


38.8 




16.1 


13.3 


South Carolina 


26,984 


38.8 


37.9 




13.4 


9.9 


Georgia 


29,660 


40.7 


35.2 




13.3 


10.8 


Florida 


29,468 


34.6 


37.6 




15.0 


12.9 


Kentucky 


25,108 


37.0 


37.1 




14.8 


11.1 


Tennessee 


25,638 


36.4 


38.6 




15.0 


10.1 



Income attributed to persons before deduction of personal tax and non-tax payments to 
the federal and state governments. 

Source: Standard Rate and Data Service, Inc., Newspaper Rates and Data, Volume 69, 

Number 7, July 12, 1987, 4-1-86 Consumer Market Data. Data supplied by National 
Decision Systems, Box 9007, Encinitas, CA 92024-9007, (619-942-7000). 



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No. 11/ 



B00SSHGU1 UPUU1TUKES" IN NARYIAND, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1985 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



BY SEI.ECTED STORK TYPES 



SUBDIVISION 



SERVICE 
PER FOOD DRUG GEN'L HDSE. APPAREL HOME KURD. AUTOMOTIVE STATION 
($1,000) HOUSEHOLD ($1,000) ($1,000) ($1,000) ($1,000) ($1,000) ($1,000) ($1,000) 



MARYLAND 


25,861,456 


16,373 


5,498,552 


836,358 


3,611,861 


1,257,625 


1,402,551 


4,408,483 


2,270,902 


BALTIMORE MSA 




















Anne Arundel 


2,339,260 


17,363 


490,308 


72,993 


317,627 


115,420 


131,627 


400,036 


204,305 


Baltimore City 


3,886,520 


14,080 


859,597 


138,221 


585,597 


181,159 


188,336 


656,518 


346,494 


Baltimore 


4,275,300 


16,786 


903,321 


136,125 


589,795 


209,242 


235,692 


729,814 


374,525 


Carroll 


608,930 


16,770 


123,718 


19,410 


84,080 


29,789 


33,530 


103,937 


53,353 


Harford 


853,9/3 


16,801 


180,435 


27,191 


117,810 


41,795 


47,078 


145,777 


74,810 


Howard 


926,587 


18,115 


192,340 


28,207 


123,403 


46,159 


53,401 


158,793 


80,632 


Queen Anne's 


162,604 


15,471 


35,069 


5,446 


23,348 


7,790 


8,483 


27,629 


14,356 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 




















MARYLAND PORTION 




















Calvert 


227,441 


16,885 


48,001 


7,221 


31,306 


11,144 


12,576 


38,835 


19,916 


Charles 


462,736 


17,435 


96,910 


14,409 


62,729 


22,850 


26,091 


79,147 


40,402 


Frederick 


723,453 


16,495 


153,544 


23,293 


100,687 


35,246 


39,420 


123,373 


63,484 


Montgomery 


4,320,650 


18,095 


897,111 


131,619 


575,732 


215,184 


248,847 


740,403 ' 


376,021 


Prince George's 


4,053,690 


17,039 


853,598 


127,977 


555,493 


199,080 


225,431 


692,507 


354,657 


WESTERN MARYLAND 




















Allegany 


401,351 


14,053 


88,819 


14,293 


60,538 


18,696 


19,415 


67,788 


35,789 


Garrett 


123,800 


13,413 


27,761 


4,546 


19,141 


5,681 


5,743 


20,844 


11,097 


Washington 


604,334 


14,776 


131,918 


20,835 


88,812 


28,581 


30,463 


102,400 


53,604 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 




















St. Mary's 


314,3/5 


16,210 


72,769 


11,110 


47,918 


16,557 


18,388 


58,159 


30,006 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 




















Cecil 


356,663 


15,810 


76,507 


11,789 


50,680 


17,185 


18,888 


60,677 


31,424 


Caroline 


125,306 


14,304 


27,593 


4,411 


18,724 


5,869 


6,154 


21,189 


11,152 


Kent 


90,652 


14,187 


20,009 


3,209 


13,606 


4,235 


4,420 


15,320 


8,075 


Talbot 


167,877 


15,248 


36,343 


5,674 


24,282 


8,011 


8,666 


28,500 


14,843 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 




















Dorchester 


158,089 


13,978 


35,037 


5,649 


23,912 


7,352 


7,613 


26,692 


14,105 


Wicomico 


365,704 


14,927 


79,617 


12,529 


53,472 


17,345 


18,576 


62,004 


32,405 


Worcester 


195,868 


14,339 


43,106 


6,885 


29,236 


9,181 


9,637 


33,125 


17,428 


Somerset 


89,293 


13,170 


20,121 


3,316 


13,933 


4,074 


4,076 


15,016 


8,019 



The figures are estimates of what the population in a particular area spent on retail goods, regardless of where the dollars 
were actually spent. 

Source: Standard Rate and Data Service, Inc., Newspaper Rates and Data, Volume 69, July 12, 1987, 4-1-86 Consumer Market 
Data. Data supplied by National Decision Systems, Box 9007, Encinitas, CA 92024-9007, (619-942-7000). 



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No. 118 
HOUSEHOLD EXPEND I TURKS" PER HOUSEHOLD, RANK ORDER FOR STATES: 1985 



STATES 



IN IX)LLARS 
PER HOUSEHOLD 



STATES 



IN DOLLARS 
PER HOUSEHOLD 



UNITED STATES 15,236 

Alaska 16,878 

Connecticut 16,728 

New Jersey 16,441 

MARYLAND 16,373 

Massachusetts 16,074 

New Hampshire 16,064 

Hawaii 15,982 

Colorado 15,884 

Illinois 15,787 

Delaware 15,781 

Virginia 15,757 

Minnesota 15,538 

New York 15,509 

California 15,438 

North Dakota 15,352 

Rhode Island 15,352 

Indiana 15,319 

Texas 15,280 

Wisconsin 15,244 

Michigan 15,219 
District of Columbia 15,218 

Washington 15,191 

Ohio 15,182 

Pennsylvania 15,135 

Georgia 15,089 



Iowa 

Kansas 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Florida 

Missouri 

Nebraska 

Vermont 

Louisiana 

Wyoming 

South Carolina 

Oklahoma 

North Carolina 

Maine 

New Mexico 

Tennessee 

Kentucky 

Oregon 

Alabama 

Idaho 

Montana 

Mississippi 

South Dakota 

Arkansas 

West Virginia 



15,030 
14,986 
14,972 
14,906 
14,884 
14,862 
14,850 
14,833 
14,823 
14,822 
14,814 
14,756 
14,755 
14,685 
14,555 
14,453 
14,351 
14,306 
14,298 
14,239 
14,154 
14,131 
13,859 
13,851 
13,832 
13,773 



" The figures are estimates of what the population in a particular area 
spent in retail goods, regardless of where the dollars were actually 
spent . 

Source: Standard Rate and Data Service, Inc., Newspaper Rates and 

Data, Volume 69, July 12, 1987, 4-1-86 Consumer Market Data. 
Data supplied by National Decision Systems, Box 9007, 
Encinitas, CA 92024-9007, (619-942-7000). 



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No. 121 

FOOD STAMP DISTRIBUTION 
FISCAL YEARS 1986 AND 1985 











HOUSKHOLDS PARTICIPATING 










JUNE 1986 






TOTAL VALUE 
OF FOOD 


TOTAL VALUE 
OF FOOD 
















LOCAL 


COUPONS SOLD 


COUPONS SOLD 




PUBLIC 


NON-PUBLIC 


DEPARTMENT 


FY 1986 


FY 1985 


TOTAL 


ASSISTANCE 


ASSISTANCE 


TOTAL STATE 


$173,445,791 


$172,793,826 


108,759 


61,182 


47,577 


BALTIMORE CITY 


104,624,739 


104,375,361 


64,367 


40,515 


23,852 


TOTAL COUNTIES 


68,821,052 


68,418,465 


44,392 


20,667 


23,725 


Allegany 


4,876,205 


4,690,553 


3,122 


1,188 


1,934 


Anne Arundel 


6,283,356 


6,380,145 


3,960 


2,148 


1,812 


Baltimore Cnty 


10,019,940 


9,651,223 


6,214 


3,519 


2,695 


Calvert 


1,028,921 


1,086,478 


612 


231 


381 


Caroline 


834,658 


807,871 


721 


189 


532 


Carroll 


942,377 


930,892 


731 


260 


471 


Cecil 


2,151,886 


2,259,258 


1,327 


484 


843 


Charles 


2,584,417 


2,560,562 


1,643 


621 


1,022 


Dorchester 


1,182,859 


1,140,331 


970 


361 


609 


Frederick 


1,775,098 


1,844,480 


1,185 


467 


718 


Garrett 


1,691,250 


1,550,244 


983 


292 


691 


Harford 


3,299,072 


3,653,755 


2,147 


892 


1,255 


Howard 


907,600 


948,497 


647 


224 


423 


Kent 


417,125 


450,784 


355 


91 


264 


Montgomery 


6,856,379 


6,701,933 


4,831 


2,587 


2,244 


Prince George's 


12,530,802 


12,762,423 


6,928 


4,283 


2,645 


Queen Anne ' s 


667,269 


681,106 


477 


184 


293 


Somerset 


1,041,206 


1,086,136 


723 


212 


511 


St. Mary's 


1,597,308 


1,342,982 


1,029 


431 


598 


Talbot 


621,997 


599,915 


450 


121 


329 


Washington 


3,786,537 


3,684,433 


2,592 


1,048 


1,544 


Wicomico 


2,862,716 


2,820,486 


2,120 


630 


1,490 


Worcester 


862,074 


783,978 


625 


204 


421 



Source: Maryland Department of Human Resources, Income Maintenance Administration. 



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aiMSUTiER PRICE INDEX 



No. 122 

In UNITED STATES, BALTIMURE, HaRYIJIMD AMD WASHINGTON, D.C., METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS 
ALL ITEMS, FOOD, HOUSING, AMD MEDICAL CARE COMPONENTS 
ANNUAL AVERAGES 1983-1986 AMD MAY 1986 AMD HAY 1987 
1967 100 

















MEDICAL CARE 




ALL 


ITEMS 


FOOD 


COMPONENT 


HOUSING 


COMPONENT 


COMPONENT 






PERCENT 




PERCLirr 




PERCENT 




PERCENT 






G1AMGE 




CHANGE 




CHANGE 




CHJWGE 






OVER 




OVER 




OVER 




OVER 






PRECEDING 




PRECEDING 




PRECEDING 




PRECEDING 


AREA 


CPI 


PERIOD 


CPI 


PERIOD 


CPI 


PERIOD 


CPI 


PERIOD 


BALTDIURE MSA 
















1 


ANNUAL AVERAGE 
















. 


1983 


298.8 


4.5 


287.4 


3.0 


329.9 


4.3 


337.6 


7.1 


1984 


312.6 


4.6 


300.7 


4.G 


347.2 


5.2 


353.4 


4.7 1 


1985 


323.7 


3.6 


309.8 


3.0 


358.6 


3.3 


375.2 


6.2 , 


1986 


331.7 


2.5 


324.2 


4.6 


368.1 


2.6 


408.6 


8.9 


May '86 


329.1 


1.9 


318.0 


3.0 


365.4 


2.2 


406.9 


9.7 


May '87 


340.1 


3.3 


337.0 


6.0 


374.7 


2.5 


422.6 


3.9 ' 


HASHIMOTOS, D.C.- 
















1 


MO-VA MSA 


















ANNUAL AVERAGE 


















1983 


294.7 


4.5 


299.0 


2.6 


306.9 


4.6 


3/5.8 


12.0 


1984 


308.9 


4.8 


308.7 


3.2 


322.7 


5.1 


399.3 


6.3 


1985 


321.9 


4.2 


317.9 


3.0 


338.8 


5.0 


424.5 


6.3 


1986 


331 . 1 


2.9 


329.4 


3.6 


353.3 


4.3 


454.0 


,, 


May '86 


329.6 


3.1 


331.9 


4.6 


352.4 


5.1 


454.3 


G.2 ' 


May '87 


340.5 


3.3 


340.7 


2.1 


362.3 


2.8 


475.9 


4.6 


UNITED STATES 


















CITY AVERAGE 


















ANNUAL AVERAGE 


















1983 


298.4 


3.2 


291.7 


2.1 


323.1 


2.7 


357.3 


3.7 


1984 


311.1 


4.3 


302.9 


3.8 


336.5 


4.1 


3/9.5 


6.2 


1985 


322.2 


3.6 


309.8 


2.3 


349. 9 


4.0 


403.1 


6.2 


1986 


328.4 


1.9 


319.7 


3.2 


360.2 


2.9 


433.5 


7.5 


Ha] '86 


326.3 


1.6 


317.0 


2.6 


358.5 


2.9 


429./ 


7.6 


'87 


338./ 


3.8 


332.5 


4.9 


368.9 


2.9 


458.9 


6.8 



The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a measure of the average change in prices over time in a fixed market 
basket of goods and services. The index measures price changes from a designated reference date - 
1967 - which equals 100.0. The change in the index can also be expressed in dollars as follows: for 

more MSA, the price of a base "market basket" of goods and services in the CPI for "All Items" 
from $1 in 1967 to $3.40 in May 1987. 



Souice: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, CPI Detailed Report, 1984, 1985 1986, and 1987 
January issues, and July 1987 issue. 



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No. 123 

INDICES OK AVERAGE EARNINGS OF WORKERS IN SELECTED 
OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS, ALL INDUSTRIES, IN SELECTED 
METROPOLITAN AREAS: JANUARY-DECEMBER 1986 
(ALL METROPOLITAN AREAS - 100*) 



AREA 



OFFICE 
CLERICAL 



ELECTRONIC 

DATA 

PROCESSING 



SKILLED 
MAINTENANCE 



UNSKILLED 
PLANT 



Anaheim- Santa Ana- 
Garden Grove, Cal. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
BALTIMORE, MD . 
Boston, Mass. 
Buffalo, N.Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, Ohio-Ky. Ind. 
Cleveland, Ohio 
Dallas-Fort Worth, Tex. 
Dayton, Ohio 
Denver-Boulder, Colo. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Green Bay, Wis. 
Houston, Tex. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo.-Kans. 
Los Angeles-Long Beach, Cal 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
Minneapolis-St . Paul, Minn. 
New York, N.Y. -N.J. 
Philadelphia, Pa. -N.J. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Portland, Me. 
St. Louis, Mo. -111. 
San Diego, Cal. 
San Francisco-Oakland, Cal. 
Seattle-Everett, Wash. 
Washington, D.C.-MD.-VA. 
Wichita, Kans. 



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94 



* Average pay levels for each industry and occupational groups in 262 Standard 
Metropolitan Statistical Areas (SMA's) in the United States (excluding Alaska 
and Hawaii) as established by the Office of Management and Budget through 
February, 1974. 

Note: Dashes indicate data that do not meet publication criteria. 

Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Wage Differences 
Among Metropolitan Areas, 1986, issued June 1987. 



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NO. 124 

9CBDUL8 OK GENERAL GOVERNMENT REVENUES BY SOURCE, EXPENDITURES BY KUNCTION AN!) OXBD 

SOURCES (USES) OK FINANCIAL RESOURCES AND CHANGES IN KUND BA1.ANCES 

GENERAL, SPECIAL REVENUE, DEBT SERVICE AND CAPITAL PROJECT KUNDS 

K1SCA1. YEARS 1986, 1983, 1980 

(EXPRESSED IN THOUSANDS) 









YEAR ENDED 


JUNE 30 








1986 


1983 


1980 






PERCENT 




PERCENT 




PERCENT 






OK TOTAL 




OK TOTAL 




OK TOTAL 


REVENUES: 














Incomes taxes 


2,140,594 


31.7 


1,558,515 


31.1 


1,219,352 


29.1 


Retail sales and use taxes 


1,189,603 


17.6 


865,087 


17.2 


712,815 


17.0 


Motor vehicle taxes and fees 


741,940 


11.0 


518,274 


10.3 


414,178 


9.9 


Other laxes 


641,767 


9.5 


550,664 


11.0 


438,558 


10.5 


Other licenses and fees 


91,104 


1.3 


57,488 


1.1 


35,882 


0.9 


Charges lor services 


238,862 


3.5 


185,585 


3.7 


143,331 


3.4 


Interest and other investment income 


94,464 


1.4 


96,621 


1.9 


111,239 


2.7 


Other 


173,133 


2.6 


87,588 


1.7 


123,157 


2.9 


Gain on defeasance 














transportation bonds 


53,337 


0.8 










Federal Revenue 


1,386,667 


20.5 


1,097,953 


21.9 


996,053 


23.7 


TOTAL REVENUES 


6,751,471 


100.0 


5,017,775 


100.0 


4,194,565 


100.0 


EXPENDITURES: 














Current 














General government 


248,951 


3.7 


217,869 


4.1 


248,079 


5.8 


Education 


1,516,492 


22.8 


956,799 


17.9 


816,402 


19.0 


Human resources 


6/4,346 


10.1 


521,613 


9.8 


426,150 


9.9 


Health and mental hygiene 


1,406,629 


21.1 


1,025,195 


19.2 


769,676 


17.9 


Transportation 


544,004 


8.2 


330,262 " 


'» 6.2 


619,629 


14.4 


Public safety and judicial 


471,621 


7.1 


333,387 


6.2 


266,028 


6.2 


Economic and community development 


26,434 


0.4 


21,137 


0.4 


13,754 


0.3 


Natural resources and recreation 


82,787 


1.2 


59,487 


1.1 


42,022 


1.0 


Agriculture 


27,909 


0.4 


18,655 


0.3 


9,971 


0.2 


Personnel and retirement 


21,273 


0.3 


414,860 


7.8 


323,618 


7.5 


Intergovernmental 


497,158 


7.5 


410,436 


7.7 


392,772 


9.2 


Debt service 


455,880 


6.8 


436,328 


8.2 


293,895 


6.8 


Capital outlays 


685,516 


10.3 


595,474 (1 


'> 11.1 


70,249 


1.6 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES 

Excess (defiency) of Revenues over 
Expenditures 

OTHER SOURCES (OSES) OK KHANCIAL RESOURCES: 

Proceeds from bond issues 
Operating transfers in 
Operating transfers out 
Defeasance of bonds 

Net other sources (uses) of 
financial resources 

Excess (deficiency of revenues over 
expenditures) and net other sources 
(uses) of financial resources 

Fund balance, July 1 
Adjustments 

Fund balance, July 1, as restated 
Equity transfers 

Fund balance, June 30 



6,659,000 



100.0 



92,471 



133,380 

323,423 

(582,044) 

(354,865) 



(480,106) 



(387,635) 
904,641 



904,641 


517,006 



5,341,502 



(323,727) 



473,105 

201,688 

(362,651) 



312,122 



11,605 
717,168 



717,168 
8,000 

713,563 



100.0 



4,292,245 



(97,680) 



162,310 

166,702 

(292,657) 



36,355 



(61,325) 
742,106 



742,106 
13,000 

693,781 



100.0 



Effective July 1 1982, capital outlays for transportation projects are reported in capital outlays 
instead of transportation. 

During 1983 the Lottery returned $8,000,000 to the General Fund. This return of contributed capital 
has been reported as an equity transfer. 



Source: Comptroller of the Treasury, Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for 
the year ended June 30, 1986. 



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MO. 125 



TAX RATE CHANGES I* MARYLAND 



INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAXES 



CORPORATE 
INCOME TAX 



RETAIL 
SALES AMD 
USE TAX 



MOTOR 
VEHICLE 
FUEL TAX 
(PER GAL) 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES TAXES 
per gal 



DISTILLED 
SPOUTS 



BEER 



WHE 



CIGARETTE 
TAXES 
(PER PACT 



1950 



1951 



1958 



1960 
1961 
1964 
1965 
1966 
19G7 



As of 1950, tax was 
2% on ordinary income 
and 5% on investment 
income. 

tax was 2% on ordinary 
income, 2% on first $500 
of investment income, 5% 
on balance. 

tax was 3% on ordinary 
income, 3% on first $500 
of investment income, 5% 
on balance 



New rate structure 
adopted, 2% on first 
$1000 of taxable income. 
3% on second $1000 of 
taxable income. 
4% on third $1000 of 
taxable income. 
5% on all taxable income 
xcess of $3000. 



1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1977 
19/8 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1986 
1987 



From 1943 to 
1954, tax was 
4% 



1955 - 4.5°< 

1956 - 5% 



1947 - 2% 1947-$. 05 1939-$1.25 1938-$. 03 1925-$. 20 



1953-$. 06 



1955-11.50 



1959 - 3% 



1958-$. 03 



1964-$. 07 



1961-1.06 



196/ - 5.25% 



1963 - 71 



1969 - 4% 



1972-$. 09 



1972-$. 09 1972-$. 40 



1977 - 5% 



1982-$. 11 
6/1/83-$. 135 

6/1/8/-$. 185 



1975-$. 10 



1980-$. 13 



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MO. 12b 
TAX RATE CHANGES IS NARYLAND (CCRTD) 





STATE PROPERTY 


TAX ON GROSS 








TAX (Cents per 


RECEIPTS OF 




SAVINGS BANKS AND 


TRANSFER 


$100 of assessed 


PUBLIC SERVICE 


FINANCIAL 


BUILDING, SAVINGS & 


TAX 


value) 


CORPORATIONS 


INSTITUTIONS 


LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 



Since 1969, 
there has 
been a .5% 
tax on 
property 
transfers. 



1950- 12 39/100 



1951-53- 6 
1954- 5 67/100 



1955- 11 

1956- 10 90/100 
1957-58- 14 25/100 
1959- 13 42/100 



1960- 13 75/100 
1961-64- 15 

1965- 18 
1966-67- 15 
1967-68- 17 
1968-69- 17 



1969-70- 20 
1970-72- 18 

1972-76- 21 

1977-78- 23 

1978-81- 20 



Since 1950: 

2% applies to 
telephone, oil 
pipeline, elec- 
tric light, 
power or gas 
companies. 

2.5% applies 
to telegraph, 
cable, express, 
transportation 
(excluding 
railroad), 
parlor car, 
or sleeping car 
companies . 



Franchise tax 
(Collected by 
the MD Dept. 
of Assessments 
and Taxation) 

As of 1950, 
was based on 
deposits . 

Since 1968, 
has been 7% 
of net 
earnings . 



As of 1950, the tax on 
Savings Banks was based on 
deposits. Building, Savings 
& Loan Assoc, paid a 
regulatory charge of $1.75 per 
$10,000 of value. 

1966--on Savings Banks and 
Building, Savings & Loan Assoc. 
3/4% of net earnings over 
$100,000. 

As of July 1, 1983: 

3/8% for taxable years ending 

on or after Jan. 1, 1984. 

3/16% for taxable years ending 
on or after Jan. 1, 1985. 

Savings Banks must pay, in 
addition to above: 

3.5% in 1984 

5.25% in 1985 

7% in 1986 
of net earnings under Article 
81, Sec. 128A. 

A separate tax 
levied on the Free 
Share Accounts. 

1963 - .01% on the 
withdrawal 
value each 
Dec. 31st. 



1965 



.0175% 



1981-87- 21 
1978-81- 20 
1981-21 



1966 - .0150% 



1967 - .01301 



Source: State of Maryland, Comptroller of the Treasury, Office of the Comptroller. 



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RETAIL SALES TAX RECEIPTS 4 '*, MARYLAND, 
BY MAJOR CLASS OF BUSINESS: FISCAL YEARS 1986 AND 1983 



CI.ASS OP- 
BUSINESS 



PERCENTAGE 


PERCENTAGE 


DISTRIBUTION 


DISTRIBUTION 


1986 


1983 


19.51 


21.03 


20.06 


21.74 


15.47 


12.94 


11.32 


11.58 


6.77 


6.73 


11.26 


9.93 


6.49 


6.51 


5.48 


5.89 


3.64 


3.65 


100.00 


100.00 



General Merchandise 

Food and Beverage 

Building and Contractors 

Miscellaneous 

Utilities and Transportation 

Furniture, Fixtures, and Appliances 

Automotive 

Apparel 

Hardware, Machinery, and Eguipment 

TOTAL 



<1} Does not include Assessment Collections. 

Source: Comptroller of the Treasury, 39th and 36th Annual Statistical 
Report of the Retail Sales Tax Division for Fiscal Year 1986 
and Fiscal Year 1983. 



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NO. 128 

RETAIL SALES AND USE TAX RECEIPTS, <*' BY SUBDIVISION: 
FISCAL YKARS 1986 and 1985 (>) 



SUBDIVISION 



RETAIL SALES AND 

FISCAL 1986 



USE TAX RECEIPTS 
FISCAL 1985 



PERCENT CHANGE 
1986/1985 



TOTAL COI^LECTIONS 

BALTIMORE MSA 

Ba 1 t imore City 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore Cnty 
Carroll 
Harford 
Howard 
Queen Anne's 

WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
MARYLAND PORTION 

Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Calvert 
Charles 
Frederick 

WESTERN MARYLAND 

Allegany 

Garrett 

Washington 

SOUTHERN MARYLAND 
St. Mary's 

UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 

Kent 

Caroline 

Talbot 

LOWER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 

Wicomico 

Worcester 

Somerset 

TOTAL OF SUBDIVISIONS 
AND BALTIMORE CITY 

District of Columbia 

Other Out-of-State 

Misc. Use Tax 



1,195,553,293 



159,619,250 
95,243,435 

203,302,463 

16,029,230 

25,332,090 

40,124,221 

3,407,310 



186,114,774 

172,357,652 

4,244,544 

17,499,651 

31,167,304 



15,233,847 

3,897,052 

23,960,571 



1,255,107 



9,187,717 
3,422,700 
2,306,045 
8,172,268 



3,970,880 
21,509,268 
19,357,036 

8,920,691 



1,075,635,106 

8,654,653 

98,725,541 

12,537,993 



1,104,250,902 



147,553,575 
86,685,686 

190,362,071 

14,433,029 

22,495,014 

35,806,538 

3,127,745 



172,824,875 

159,897,573 

3,751,084 

15,012,609 

28,174,804 



14,278,542 

3,955,505 

22,766,282 



1,103,172 



8,376,464 
3,047,358 
2,132,123 
7,394,646 



3,708,441 
19,713,940 
18,131,462 

7,682,949 



992,415,487 

8,528,547 

89,334,475 

13,972,393 



8.3 



8.2 

9.9 

6.8 

11.1 

12.6 

12.1 

8.9 



7.7 

7.8 

13.2 

16.6 

10.6 



6.7 

-1.5 

5.2 



13.8 



9.7 

12.3 

8.2 

10.5 



7.1 

9.1 

6.8 

16.1 



8.4 

1.5 

10.5 

10.3 



* ' J This table is designed for use in the area of public finance, 
and not as an indicator of retail sales activity. The rate for 
1985 and 1986 is 5 percent. 



< 2 ) 



Ended July 31st. 



Source: Comptroller of the Treasury, 39th Annual Statistical Report 

of the Retail Sales Tax DivisTon tor Fiscal Year 190b, Table XII 



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no. 129 

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTE OH OK liOCAL GOVEK1HENT REVENUES AID CURRENT EXPOSES: 
FISCAL YEAR 1986, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISI01 



REVENUES 










PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION* ' ' 








TOTAL 


































IN 














OTHER 




DOLLARS 




OTHER 


FEDERAL 






STATE 


SOURCES 




PER 


LOCAL 


LOCAL 


REVENUE 


FEDERAL 


STATE 


SHARED 


OF 


SUBD1VISI0M 


CAPITA 


TAXES 


REVENUES 


SHARING 


GRANTS 


GRANTS 


TAXES 


REVENUE 


MARYLAND 


1,644 


43.26 


17.07 


1.17 


8.48 


21.77 


3.55 


4.71 


BALTIMORE KSA 


















Baltimore City* 


2,418 


26.69 


15.73 


1.17 


16.66 


24.95 


6.21 


8.58 


Anne Arundel 


1,359 


49.54 


17.27 


1.33 


5.05 


21.18 


2.71 


2.92 


Baltimore Cnty" 


1,327 


53.51 


16.61 


1.14 


6.05 


19.59 


2.96 


0.14 


Carroll 


1,093 


45.12 


12.17 


1.95 


5.24 


30.19 


4.77 


0.55 


Harford 


1,221 


42.87 


13.90 


1.08 


9.17 


29.03 


3.35 


0.61 


Howard" 


1,614 


56.92 


14.96 


0.89 


3.19 


15.73 


2.39 


5.91 


Queen Anne's 


1,239 


39.61 


15.31 


1.25 


9.60 


28.03 


6.05 


0.14 


WASHINGTON,D.C. MSA: 


















MARYLAND PORTION 


















Montgomery 


1,936 


60.36 


18.91 


0.77 


3.31 


11.80 


1.41 


3.44 


Prince George's 


1,548 


43.57 


19.47 


1.26 


5.34 


23.32 


1.77 


5.27 


Calvert 


1,311 


53.12 


7.91 


1.97 


6.60 


24.50 


3.75 


2.15 


Charles 


1/117 


38.96 


15.16 


1.14 


7.73 


28.41 


3.01 


5.59 


Frederick 


1,267 


43.46 


16.16 


1.36 


6.03 


26.57 


4.19 


2.24 


WESTERN MARYLAND 


















Allegany 


1,489 


30.00 


21.67 


1.70 


12.46 


27.63 


3.56 


2.99 


Garrett 


1,536 


29.39 


8.46 


1.85 


11.57 


38.70 


6.69 


3.34 


Washington 


1,248 


33.58 


22.93 


1.46 


8.45 


25.56 


3.83 


4.18 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

St. Mary's L,276 



23.83 



8.72 



2.00 



14.21 



39.15 



6.29 



5.80 



UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 1,146 38.99 10.02 1.37 8.89 33.17 4.50 3.05 

Kent 1,223 37.23 10.05 2.47 11.01 29.75 6.03 3.45 

Caroline 1,290 28.16 i0.08 1.62 12.58 36.74 6.85 3.97 

Talbot 1,620 30.03 40.74 0.91 G.29 14.30 4.57 3.16 

UJWKR EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 1,317 34.50 12.76 2.21 11.53 31.20 6.27 1.53 

Wicomico 1,267 34.58 15.22 1.78 9.67 28.26 4.24 6.25 

Worcester 2,354 43.79 22.42 0.77 4.94 12.06 3.19 12.83 

Somerset 1,096 35.04 9.72 1.24 9.18 31.77 3.87 9.17 

(continued on the following page) 



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HO. 120 (CONT'D.) 

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF IjOCAL GOVERNMENT REVENUES AND CURRENT EXPENSES: 
FISCAL YEAR 1986, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 









EXPENDITURES 








TOTAL 




PERCENTAGE 


DISTRIBUTION ' 


















IN 




PUBLIC 










DOLLARS 




WELFARE 










PER 




AND 




PUBLIC 




SUBDIVISION 


CAPITA 


EDUCATION 


HEALTH 


HIGHWAYS 


SAFETY 


OTHER 


MARYLAND 


1,580 


38.93 


10.45 


6.55 


11.26 


32.81 


BALTIMORE MSA _ 














Baltimore City" 


2,216 


22.39 


18.88 


10.27 


15.12 


33.34 


Anne Arundel 


1,302 


45.63 


6.79 


5.80 


14.05 


27.73 


Baltimore Cnty* 


1,359 


43.06 


8.80 


6.14 


10.47 


31.52 


Carroll 


1,049 


53.55 


8.93 


8.06 


5.24 


24.22 


Harford 


1,182 


52.04 


10.71 


6.16 


8.74 


22.34 


Howard* 


1,611 


50.05 


3.83 


5.06 


9.76 


31.30 


Queen Anne's 


1,183 


52.99 


12.11 


7.83 


5.30 


21.77 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 














MARYLAND PORTION 














Montgomery 


1,902 


41.19 


5.86 


5.02 


10.38 


37.55 


Prince George's 


1,474 


39.76 


6.60 


2.70 


11.19 


39.75 


Calvert 


1,457 


52.54 


11.86 


4.72 


8.19 


22.68 


Charles 


1,285 


57.88 


9.49 


3.16 


8.33 


21.14 


Frederick 


1,261 


51.81 


9.11 


8.19 


6.11 


24.78 


WESTERN MARYLAND 














Allegany 


1,366 


44.18 


14.77 


5.36 


5.83 


29.86 


Garrett 


1,471 


54.48 


11.07 


16.34 


2.36 


15.74 


Washington 


1,190 


48.00 


8.99 


6.62 


6.62 


29.77 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 














St. Mary's 


1,258 


42.54 


15.36 


G.54 


14.61 


20.95 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 














Cecil 


1,069 


58.00 


10.18 


7.50 


6.57 


17.75 


Kent 


1,186 


47.06 


14.69 


4.79 


8.61 


24.86 


Caroline 


1,240 


47.51 


12.61 


8.69 


5.99 


25.21 


Talbot 


1,516 


33.86 


8.30 


5.54 


6.23 


46.08 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 














Dorchester 


1,306 


44.35 


13.66 


12.81 


5.69 


23.49 


Wicomico 


1,279 


43.92 


12.90 


6.34 


8.32 


28.52 


Worcester 


2,280 


26.67 


5.77 


8.54 


12.29 


46.73 


Somerset 


1,011 


56.34 


12.84 


6.00 


5.00 


19.82 



(1) The total of the percentages for each subdivision equals 100.00. 

* County only. 

Source: Maryland Department of Fiscal Services, Division of Fiscal Research, 
based on data obtained from Local Government Finances in Maryland for 
the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1986, Table III. 
Maryland Center for Health Statistics, Population Estimate 
July 1,1985, issued May 1987. 



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NO. 132 



ALL ACTIVE BANKS 



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IN MARYLAND 



SUMMARY OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES: 1986 AND 1985 
(AS OF DECEMBER 31st) 



ITEM 



1986 
($1,000,000) 


1985 
($1,000,000) 


PERCENT CHANGE 
1986/1984 


96 
40,018 


92 
34,360 


4.3 
16.5 



Number of Banks 

Total Assets 

Selected Assets: 
Total Loans 

U.S. Government & Other 
Securities 

Cash & Balances with 
Other Banks 

Total Liabilities 

Total Deposits 



24,117 

26,710 

3,732 
36,045 
31,170 



20,294 

10,999 

3,135 
31,518 
26,572 



18.8 

142.8 

19.0 
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National (Domestic Offices), State, Trust, and Mutual Banks 



Source: Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventy-six Annual Report, 1986; 
Seventy-fifth Annual Report, 1985. 
FDIC, Uniform Bank Performance Report, 1986 and 1985 data. 



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MO. 133 

ALL ACTIVE NATIONAL BAJKS(l) IN MARYLAND 
SUTUARY OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES: 1986 AND 1985 
(AS OE DECEMBER 31st) 



ITEM 



1986 
($1,000,000) 



1985 
($1,000,000) 



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1986/1985 



Number of Banks 

Total Assets 

Selected Assets: 

Gross Loans and Leases 

U.S. Government & Other 
Securities (Book Value) 

Cash & Balances with 
Other Banks 

Total Liabilities 

Selected Liabilities: 
Total Deposits 
Demand 
Time & Savings 

Total Equity Capital 



24 
20,457 

12,480 

22,823 



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17,793 

10,931 

7,557 



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1,840 


1,527 


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19,138 


16,214 


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14,999 


13,091 


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4,494 


3,711 


21.1 


9,583 


8,475 


13.1 



1,189 



1,085 



9.5 



(1) Domestic Offices. 

Source: FDIC, Uniform Bank Performance Reports. 



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NO. 134 

ALL ACTIVE STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPANIES IN MARYLAND 
SUMMARY OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES: AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1986, AND 1985 



ITEM 



1986 
($1,000) 



1985 
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1986/86 



Number of Banks 

Total Assets 

Selected Assets 

Cash on Hand & on Deposit 
U.S. Government Securities 
States & Political 

Subdivisions Securities 
Net Loans & Leases 



Total liabilities 

Non-interest Bearing Deposits 
Interest Bearing Deposits 

Total Equity Capital 



70 


66 


6.1 


18,266,033 


15,379,455 


18.8 


1,856,527 


1,562,915 


18.8 


2,533,226 


2,081,051 


21.7 


1,064,734 


1,218,233 


-12.6 


10,740,041 


8,492,868 


26.5 


16,906,263 


14,214,479 


18.9 


3,489,676 


2,820,974 


23.7 


11,515,503 


9,580,661 


20.2 


1,359,770 


1,164,976 


16.7 



Source: Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventy-sixth Annual Report, 1986; 
Seventy-fifth Annual Report, 1985. 



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NO. 135 

ALL ACTIVE MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS IN MARYLAND 
SUMMARY OK ASSETS AND LIABILITIES: AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1986, AND 1985 



I TKM 



1 986 


1985 


PERCENT CHANGE 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


1986/85 


2 


2 


0.0 


1,294,961 


1,187,604 


9.0 


35,590 


45,560 


-21.9 


288,993 


101,299 


185.3 


-0- 


41,488 


-100.0 


897,429 


870,989 


3.0 


1,189,400 


1,089,790 


9.1 


63,111 


50,411 


25.2 


1,102,566 


1,028,849 


7.2 



Number of Banks 

Toi.il Assets 

Selected Assets 

Cash on Hand & on Deposit 
U.S. Government Securities 
States & Political 

Subdivisions Securities 
Net Loans & Leases 



Total liabilities 

Non-interest Bearing Deposits 
Interest Bearing Deposits 



Total Eguity Capital 



105,561 



97,814 



7.9 



Source: Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventy-sixth Annual Report, 1986; 
Seventy-fifth Annual Report, 1985. 



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NO. 136 

STATE -CHARTERED CREDIT UNIONS 
IN MARYLAND: AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1986 AND 1985 



1 TEM 



1986 




1985 


PERCENT CHANGE 


($1,000,000) 


($1 


,000,000) 


1986/1985 


24 




25 


-4.0 


864.2 




712.2 


21.3 


484.9 




451.9 


7.3 


7.6 




4.6 


65.2 


347.1 




234.5 


48.0 



Number of Credit Unions 

Total Assets 

Selected Assets: 
Loans 

Cash (onhand & in Banks) 
Investments (securities) 

Total Liabilities 

Selected Liabilities: 

Members Shares & Deposits 
Reserve Funds 



820.1 



811.9 
22.8 



673.7 



665.6 
21.4 



21.7 



22.0 
6.5 



Source: Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventy-sixth Annual Report, 1986; 
Seventy-fifth Annual Report, 1985. 
Seventy-fifth Annual Report, 1985. 



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NO. L37 
CONSUMES 1AJAN AND SMALL I/)AN LICENSEES IN MAKYIJVND: 198b AND 1986 



1 TKM 



1986 



198 b 



Number of Consumer Loan Licensees 

Total Assets 

Selected Assets: 
Consumer Loans 
Net Total Receivables 
Net Total Property 

Total Liabilities 

Selected Liabilities: 
Total Accruals 
Total Deferred Income 

Total Capital 



227 
781,754,014 



220,222,953 

763,801,733 

3,453,122 

707,285,009 



5,185,923 
35,011,734 

74,469,005 



277 
690,445,427 



246,469,504 

675,285,933 

2,962,056 

637,029,337 



4,005,785 
38,654,281 

53,416,090 



Source: Department of Licensing & Regulation, Office of Commissioner 
of Consumer Credit, The Composite Condition of Consumer Loan 
Licensees, Jan. 1 1985 - Dec. 31, 1985 and Jan. 1, 1986 - 
Dec. 31, 1986. 



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NO. 138 

I.ARGEST ACTIVE BANKS* ' > IN MARYLAND, 
RANKED BY ASSETS AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1986 



NUMBER OF 
BRANCHES 



ASSETS 
($1,000) 



LIABILITIES 
($1,000) 



TOTAL DEPOSITS 
($1,000) 



NATIONAL 

Maryland National Bank 
First National Bank 

of Maryland 
Equitable Bank 
Citibank 



206 


8,050,817 


7,557,578 


5,789,068 


159 


4,886,990 


4,618,294 


3,640,641 


129 


3,640,494 


3,432,646 


2,925,112 


4 


984,359 


860,312 


53,719 



STATE 



Sovran Bank/ Maryland 
Union Trust Company 

of Maryland* "> 
The Bank of Baltimore 
Citizens Bank and Trust 

Company of Maryland 



84 


3,225,019 


2,877,232 


2,736,810 


92 


2,940,450 


2,353,842 


2,115,776 


28 


2,332,289 


1,967,941 


1,929,407 


07 


1,551,792 


1,372,385 


1,321,936 



(1> National, State, Trust Companies and Mutual Savings Banks. 

c ^ y Union Trust Company of Maryland became Signet Bank on March 29,1987. 

Source: Md. data to be published in Maryland State Bank Commissioner, Seventy-Sixth 
Annual Report, 1986. FDIC, Uniform Bank Performance Reports, 1986 Data. 



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HO. 139 

AMOUNT OF DEPOSITS BY SIZE OF ACCOUNT IN ALL COMMERCIAL BANKS II MARYLAND, 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: FISCAL 1986 





NUMBER OF 




IPC 


LPC 0> 


IPC 




POLITICAL 


RANKING 


TOTAL 


TRANSACTION 


DEMAND 


NONTRANSACTTOl 


PUBLIC 


SUBDIVISION 


OFFICES 


DEPOSITS 


ACCOUNTS 


DEPOSITS 


ACCOUNTS 


FUNDS 


MARYLAND 


1,266 


26,681,970 


7,911,108 


6,309,942 


17,285,283 


657,187 


BALTIMORE MSA 














Baltimore City 


134 


6,927,196 


2,574,041 


2,341,941 


3,361,503 


318,145 


Anne Arundel 


107 


1,608,174 


492,275 


376,628 


1,089,149 


18,143 


Baltimore Cnty 


186 


3,822,858 


822,972 


616,079 


2,988,408 


8,943 


Carroll 


38 


701,084 


136,983 


91,330 


541,120 


20,052 


Harford 


48 


663,740 


149,792 


119,418 


501,975 


8,808 


Howard 


39 


584,862 


207,891 


155,502 


366,756 


7,283 


Queen Anne's 


11 


195,765 


43,777 


24,713 


135,383 


15,631 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 














MARYLAND PORTION 














Montgomery 


215 


4,619,282 


1,400,940 


1,010,927 


3,091,851 


96,866 


Prince George's 


163 


2,651,349 


906,424 


749,291 


1,627,174 


43,084 


Calvert 


9 


166,654 


42,538 


32,454 


120,214 


3,860 


Charles 


19 


325,917 


101,939 


84,681 


216,707 


4,269 


Frederick 


46 


878,025 


199,590 


140,393 


634,776 


36,933 


WESTERN MARYLAND 














Allegany 


29 


398,479 


84,946 


48,955 


2%, 873 


12,365 


Garrett 


16 


231,192 


44,950 


19,155 


170,461 


12,282 


Washington 


45 


693,973 


153,898 


99,165 


527,884 


9,172 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 














St. Mary's 


15 


264,609 


68,986 


48,722 


192,459 


2,289 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 














Cecil 


18 


265,654 


63,344 


53,225 


198,289 


2,602 


Kent 


12 


184,275 


37,821 


23,124 


142,010 


3,281 


Caroline 


10 


163,615 


38,747 


26,479 


120,252 


4,161 


Talbot 


18 


273,396 


66,904 


40,080 


194,162 


11,873 


I.OWER EASTERN SHORE 














Dorchester 


12 


193,111 


33,406 


25,303 


154,859 


4,421 


Wicomico 


37 


454,626 


122,828 


98,810 


326,823 


4,144 


Worcester 


30 


324,287 


93,743 


68,645 


223,148 


4,202 


Somerset 


9 


,147 


22,373 


'22 


63,047 


4,378 



IPC--Individuals, partnerships, and corporations. 



< > > 



IPC Demand Deposits are included in IPC Transaction Accounts 



Source: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Data Book, Volume 5, Operating Banks and Branches, June 30, 

1986. 

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NO. 140 
LIFE INSURANCE IN FORCE IN MARYLAND: 1985 



TYPE 



NUMBER OF POLICIES 




AMOUNT 


(1,000) 


($1 


,000,000) 


8,042 




123,607 


3,018 




65,060 


2,475 




54,091 


1,268 




769 


1,281 




3,686 



Total 

Ordinary 
Group 
Industrial 
Credit" 



Note: "Credit" is limited to life insurance on loans of 

ten Y ears or less duration. "Ordinary" and "Group" 
include credit life insurance on loans of more 
than ten years duration. 

* Includes group credit certificates 

Source: Institute of Life Insurance, Life Insurance 
Fact Book, 1986. 



NO. 141 
PURCHASES OF ORDINARY LIFE INSURANCE, MARYLAND: 1977-1985 





AMOUNT 


PERCENT 


PERCENT 






PURCHASED 


CHANGE 


CHANGE 




YEAR 


($1,000,000) 


YEAR TO YEAR 


YEAR TO 1977 




1985 


18,049 


14.0 


278.1 




1984 


15,828 


13.4 


231.6 




1983 


13,958 


35.3 


192.4 




1982 


10,320 


15.5 


116.2 




1981 


8,936 


26.4 


87.2 




1980 


7,068 


18.1 


48.1 




1979 


5,984 


13.0 


25.4 




1978 


5,295 


10.9 


10.9 




1977 


4,773 









Note: The series includes mass-marketed ordinary insurance. Data 
include long-term individual credit insurance. 

Source: Institute of Life Insurance, Life Insurance Fact Book, 1986, 



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No. 142 
TELEVISION STATIONS LOCATED IN MARYLAND: 1986 



CITY 



CALL LETTERS 



CHANNEL 



YEAR 
ESTABLISHED 



(U) (V) 
UHF OR VHF 



Annapolis 


WMPT ' x ' 


22 


1975 


Baltimore 


WBAL 


11 


1948 




WBFF 


45 


1971 




WJZ 


13 


1948 




WKJL 


24 


1985 




WMAR 


2 


1947 




WMPB ( x ' 


67 


1969 




WNUV 


54 


1982 


Frederick 


W62AY (1) 


62 


1981 


Hagerstown 


WHAG 


25 


1970 




WWPB < x > 


31 


1974 


Oakland 


W3 6AB (1 > 


36 


1980 


Salisbury 


WBOC 


16 


1954 




WCPB (1) 


28 


1971 




WMDT 


47 


1980 



u 

V 

u 

V 

u 

V 

u 
u 

u 

u 
u 

u 

u 
u 
u 



( 1 ) 



Noncommercial 



Source: Maryland State Archives, Hall of Records Commission, Maryland 
Manual, 1986-1987. 



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NO. 143 

AVERAGE DAILY CIRCULATION OF 
DAILY NEWSPAPERS OF GENERAL CIRCULATION IN MARYLAND: 1986 



PI.ACE OF 
PUBLICATION 


NAME OF PAPER 


ESTABLISHED 


TDK OF 


ISSUE 


AVERAGE 
DAILY 
CIRCULATION* ' * 


Annapolis 


The Capital 


1884 


Evening 


exc. 


Sunday 


39,848* 


Baltimore 


The Sun 


1837 


Evening 


exc. 


Sat. & Sun. 


187,304 


Baltimore 


The Morning Sun 


1910 


Mornings exc. Sat. & Sun. 
Saturday Morning 
Sunday 


223,334 

373,790 
489,771 


Baltimore 


The Daily Record 


1888 


Morning 


exc. 


Sunday 


5,782** 


Cambridge 


The Banner 


1897 


Morning 


exc. 


Sat. & Sun. 


7,397* 


Cumberland 


The Cumberland Daily News 


1870 


Morning exc. Sat. & Sun. 
Saturday Morning 


15,439 
29,720 


Cumberland 


The Cumberland Evening 
Times 


1869 


Evening 
Sunday 


exc. 


Sat. & Sun. 


14,886 
36,289 


Easton 


The Easton Star-Democrat 


1799 


Morning 


exc. 


Sat. & Sun. 


12,089* 


Frederick 


The News 


1883 


Evening 


exc. 


Sunday 


15,470 


Frederick 


The Frederick Post 


1910 


Morning 


exc. 


Sunday 


23,167 


Hagerstown 


The Herald 


1873 


Morning 


exc. 


Sat. & Sun. 


19,995 


Hagerstown 


The Mail 


1828 


Evening 


exc. 


Sat. & Sun. 


21,842 


Lanhani 


The Prince George's 
Journal 


1975 


Morning 


exc. 


Sat. & Sun. 


36,422 


Rockville 


The Montgomery Journal 


1973 


Morning 


exc. 


Sat. & Sun. 


40,086 


Salisbury 


The Salisbury Daily 
Times 


1923 


Evening 
Sunday 


exc. 


Sat. & Sun. 


24,951 
28,150 


Washington 
D.C. 


The Washington Post 


1877 


Morning 
Sunday 


exc. 


Sunday 


310,075 
482,000 


Washington 
D.C. 


The Washington Times 


1982 


Morning 


exc. 


Sat. & Sun. 


38,802* 


Westminster 


Carroll County Times 


1911 


Morning everyday 


19,058* 



* 'As of March 31, 1987. 

* As of September 30, 1986. 
** As of October 7, 1986. 

Source: Standard Rate and Data Service, Inc., Newspaper Rates and Data, Vol. 69, No. 7 , July 12, 1987, 
circulation figures for all except the Washington Post and the Washington Times. 
Maryland Hall of Records Commission, Maryland Manual 1987-1988. 



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No. 144 



WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS OP GENERAL CLRCULATIQB IX HAfiYLAND: 1986 



WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS 



PLACE OF 

PUBLICATION COUNTY 



NAME OK NEWSPAPER 



ESTABLISHED DAY OF ISSUE 



Aberdeen Harford Harford Democrat - 

Aberdeen Enterprise 

Annapolis Anne Arundel Anne Arundel Times/Sevema 

Park Village Voice 

Arbutus Baltimore Arbutus Times 

Baltimore Afro-American (national issue) 

Baltimore Afro-American 

Baltimore East Baltimore Guide 



Baltimore 




Enterprise 


Baltimore 




Labor Herald 


Baltimore 




Sunday News American 


Baltimore 




Sunday Sun 


Bel Air 


Harford 


Aegis 


Bladensburg 


Prince 


Prince George's Post 




George ' s 


Sentinel 


Bowie 


Prince 
George ' s 


Bowie-Blade News 


Brunswick 


Frederick 


Brunswick Citizen 



Cambridge Dorchester Dorchester News 

Catonsville Baltimore Catonsville Times 

Centreville Queen Anne's Queen Anne's Record-Observer 

Chestertown Kent Kent County News 

Columbia Howard Columbia Flier 



Columbia 



. :: 



Howard County Times 



18b6 



194a 



1961 



1967 



Wednesday 



Thursday 



Wednesday 



1892 


Saturday 


1892 


Tues. & Saturday 


1927 


Thursday 


1934 


Thursday 


1936 


Friday 


1773 


Sunday 


1837 


Thursday 


18b6 


Thursday 


1932 


Thursday 



Thursday 



1974 Thursday 

1967 Wednesday 

1880 Wednesday 

1824 Wednesday 

1793 Wednesday 

1969 Thursday 

1840 Wednesday 



(Continued on following page) 



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No. 144 



WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS OK GENERAL CIRCULATION IN HARY1JVMU: 1*386 (CONTD.) 



PUCE OK 

PURIFICATION COUNTY 



MEEKLY NEWSPAPERS 



NAME OK NEWSPAPER 



ESTABLISHED DAY OK ISSUE 



Crisfield 



Somerset 



Cumberland Allegany 



Crisfield Times 



Cumberland Sunday Times 



Damascus 


Montgomery 


Damascus Courier 
Gazette 


Denton 


Caroline 


County Record 


Dundalk 


Baltimore 


Dundalk Eagle 


Elkton 


Cecil 


Cecil Whig 


Essex 


Baltimore 


Essex Times 


Frostburg 


Allegany 


Citizen 



Gaithersburg Montgomery Gaithersburg Gazette 
Glen Burnie Anne Arundel Maryland Gazette 

Greenbelt News-Review 



Greenbelt 



Prince 
George ' s 



Hagerstown Washington The Herald/Mail 
Hancock Washington Hancock News 



Havre de 


Harford 


Record 


Grace 






La Plata 


Charles 


Times-Crescent 


Laurel 


Prince 
George ' s 


Laurel Leader 


Laurel 


Prince 


Laurel Sentinel 




George ' s 




Leonardtown 


St. Mary's 


St. Mary's Beacon 


Lexington 


St. Mary's 


Enterprise 


Park 







1887 


Wednesday 


1869 


Sunday 


1964 


Wednesday 


1952 


Wednesday 


1969 


Wednesday 


1841 


Wednesday 


1964 


Wednesday 


1948 


Thursday 


1953 


Thursday 


1727 


Wed. & Saturday 


1937 


Thursday 



1873 Sat. & Sun. 

1914 Wednesday 

1868 Wednesday 

1844 Wednesday 

1897 Thursday 

1967 Wednesday 

1839 Wednesday 

1883 Wed. & Friday 



(Continued on following page) 



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Ho. 144 
WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS OK GENERAL CIRCULATION LI MARYLAND: 1986 (CORD.) 



PLACE OF 

PUBLICATION COUNTY 



WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS 



NAME OF NEWSPAPER 



ESTABLISHED DAY OF ISSUE 



Kiddletown Frederick 

Mount Airy Carroll 

Mount Airy Carroll 

Oakland Garrett 

Ocean City Worcester 

Olney Montgomery 

Owings Mills Baltimore 

Pocomoke City Worcester 

Preston Caroline 



Prince 
Frederick 

Prince 
Frederick 



Calvert 



Calvert 



Valley Register 

Community Reporter 

Mount Airy Courier-Gazette 

Republican 

Eastern Shore Times 

Olney Courier-Gazette 

Owings Mills Times 

Worcester County Messenger 

News and Farmer 

Calvert County Recorder 

Calvert Independent 



Princess Anne Somerset Marylander & Herald 
Randallstown Baltimore Randallstown News 



Reisterstown Baltimore 

Rockville Montgomery 

Rockville Montgomery 

Salisbury Wicomico 



Community Tiroes 

Montgomery County Sentinel 

Observer Sentinel 

Salisbury News and 
Advertiser 



Salisbury Wicomico Salisbury Sunday Times 
Sykesville Carroll South Carroll Herald 
Stevensville Queen Anne's Bay Times 



1844 


Friday 


1929 


Friday 


1972 


Wednesday 


1877 


Wednesday 


1923 


Wednesday 


1982 


Wednesdays 


1986 


Thursday 


1869 


Thursday 


1866 


Thursday 


1971 


Wed. & Friday 



1940 



Wednesday 



1826 


Thursday 


1984 


Wednesday 


1937 


Thursday 


1855 


Friday 


1977 


Wednesday 


1867 


Wednesday 


1923 


Sunday 


1913 


Wednesday 


1963 


Wednesday 



(Continued on following page) 



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No. 144 



WKKK1.Y NEWSPAPERS OF GENERAL CIRCULATION IN MARYLAND: 1986 (CCMTD.) 



WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS 



PLACE OK 

PUBLICATION COUNTY 



NAME OF NEWSPAPER 



ESTABLISHED 


DAY OF ISSUE 


1940 


Friday 


1910 


Thursday 


1976 


Tuesday 


1968 


Wednesday 


1851 


Thursday 


1872 


Wed. & Friday 


1933 


Tues. & Saturday 


1971 


Monday 


1960 


Wednesday 


1914 


Saturday 



Thurmont 

Towson 

Towson 

Towson 

Upper 
Marlboro 

Waldorf 



Frederick Catoctin Enterprise 

Baltimore Jeffersonian 

Baltimore Messenger 

Baltimore Towson Times 



Prince 
George's 

Charles 



Washington D.C. 
Washington D.C. 
Washington D.C. 
Washington D.C. 



Enquirer-Gazette 

Maryland Independent 
Afro- American 
County News 
New Observer 
New Republic 



Source: Maryland State Archives, Hall of Records Commission, Maryland Manual, 1986-1987. 



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c/» 



No. 14b 

NUMBER OK JUDGES, POPUUT10N AND CASE LOAD PER JUDGE, MARYLAND 
CIRCUIT COURTS, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: FISCAL YEAR 1986 





NUMBER OF 


POPULATION 


CASES KILED 


PER JUDGE 


CASES TERMINATED 








rfcft 


i.n« ir. 


JURISDICTION 


JUDGES 


PER JUDGE* ' ' 


CIVIL 


CRIMIHAL 


CIVIL 


CRIMIHAL 


MARYIJAND 


109 


40,582 


1,262 


446 


1,034 


395 


Allegany 


2 


38,650 


787 


181 


634 


143 


Anne Arundel 


9 


44,911 


1,715 


314 


1,340 


268 


Baltimore City 


23 


33,009 


1,546 


658 


1,157 


646 


Raltimore Cnty 


13 


52,931 


1,213 


567 


1,048 


456 


Calvert 


1 


41,800 


1,216 


369 


1,230 


352 


Caroline 


1 


24,200 


798 


179 


820 


166 


Carroll 


2 


54,350 


1,221 


581 


1,105 


559 


Cecil 


2 


34,050 


960 


228 


865 


196 


Charles 


2 


43,600 


1,515 


387 


1,452 


323 


Dorchester 


1 


30,200 


1,551 


286 


1,714 


246 


Frederick 


3 


43,633 


840 


215 


776 


158 


Garrett 


1 


27,300 


593 


91 


535 


107 


Harford 


4 


37,750 


963 


374 


718 


312 


Howard 


4 


35,200 


791 


415 


669 


383 


Kent 


1 


16,900 


424 


127 


339 


88 


Montgomery 


13 


48,554 


951<*> 


409 


798 <*> 


303 


Prince George's 


16 


42,206 


1,588 


446 


1,260 


406 


Queen Aune's 


1 


29,200 


750 


194 


729 


180 


Somerset 


1 


18,300 


750 


190 


759 


139 


St . Mary's 


1 


68,200 


1,118 


373 


1,041 


359 


Talbot 


1 


27,200 


780 


263 


726 


179 


Washington 


3 


jj f 73*j 


1,146 


196 


1,033 


149 


Wicomico 


2 


34,850 


834 


488 


773 


415 


Worcester 


2 


17,600 


721 


345 


686 


301 



(>> 



Population estimate lor July 1, 1986 issued by the Maryland Center lor Health Statistics. 

Juvenile causes not included since they are heard at the District Court level. 
Juvenile causes in all other counties are included in the civil category. 



Source: Administrative Office of the Courts of Maryland, Statistical Abstract— Annual Report 
of the Maryland Judiciary, 1985-1986. 



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No. 148 

AVERAGE DAYS FROM FILING TO DISPOSITION, MARYLAND CIRCUIT 
COURT, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1985-1986 

CIVIL CRIMINAL JUVENILE 

BALTIMORE MSA 

Baltimore City 194 76 68 

Anne Arundel 184 143 74 

Ba] t Lmore Cnty 210 1U6 51 

150 69 

ll.jrtord i/6 161 55 

Howard 225 131 64 

Queen Anne's 160 123 35 

WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 

MARYLAND PORTION 

Montgomery 245 168 85 

Prince George's 241 109 64 

Calvert 189 105 77 

Charles 193 154 66 

Frederick 173 111 68 

WESTERN MARYLAND 

Allegany 232 144 38 

Garrett 189 160 51 

, ington 170 157 43 

SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

St. Mary's 184 114 73 

4b 
38 
50 
69 

32 
34 
59 
14 

STATE 204 106 66 

Note: A small number of Lengthy cases can increase an average, 
particularly in a jurisdiction with a small caseload. 
For that reason, civil cases over 721 days old, criminal 
cases over 360 days old, and juvenile causes over 2 71 
days old have been excluded in the above calculations. 
Approximately 90 to 95 percent of the cases are disposed 
of within those time periods. 

Source: Administrative Office of the Courts of Maryland, 
istical Abstract—Annual Report of" the 
Maryland Judiciary 1^85- I98b. 



UPPER EASTERN 


SHORE 






Cec i 1 




152 


159 


Kent 




107 


129 


ne 




197 


L63 


Talbot 




158 


126 


LONER EASTERN 


SHORE 






Dorchester 




141 


113 


Wicomico 




154 


89 


Worcester 




174 


110 


Somerset 




116 


115 






No. 149 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR MARYLAND, CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASES 
AND BANKRUPTCY, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND CITIZEN MATTERS: 
FISCAL YEARS 1985 AND 1984 



1985 1984 



TOTAL CIVIL CASES (U.S. AND PRIVATE) 
Pending as of June 30 of previous year 
Commenced 
Terminated 
Terminated as of June 30 of stated year 

CRIMINAL CASES 

Pending as of June 30 of previous year 

Commenced 

Terminated 

Pending as of June 30 of stated year 

BANKRUPTCY CODE PETITIONS 

Pending as of June 30 of previous year 

Commenced 

Terminated 

Pending as of June 30 of stated year 

PETITIONS FOR NATURALIZATION 

ALIENS NATURALIZED 



Source : Annual Report of the Director of the Administrative 

Office of the United States Courts, Fiscal Years 1985 
and 1984. 



4,421 


3,989 


4,923 


4,868 


4,765 


4,436 


4,579 


4,421 


346 


350 


1,116 


868 


974 


872 


488 


346 


7,012 


7,009 


3,944 


3,589 


4,244 


3,586 


6,712 


7,012 


5,953 


4,288 


3,988 


4,343 



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No. 150 



CRIME RATES IK MARYLAND PER 10,000 INHABITANTS: 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 



1986 











CRIME RATE 


PER 10,000 


INHABITANTS 
















BREAKING 




MOTOR 


political 








AGGRAVATED 


OR 


LARCENY 


VEHICLE 


SUBDIVISION 


MURDER 


RAPE* 


ROBBERY 


ASSAULT 


ENTERING 


THEFT 


THEFT 


BALTIMORE NSA 
















Baltimore City 


3.2 


8.7 


105.7 


84.1 


189.9 


406.5 


- 


Anne Arundel 


0.5 


3.3 


9.1 


24.1 


132.6 


278.3 


37.8 


Baltimore Cnty 


0.5 


3.0 


20.8 


78.8 


143.1 


342.6 


55.0 


Carroll 


0.0 


2.3 


3.2 


24.5 


57.6 


135.7 


11.4 


Harford 


0.3 


3.4 


4.9 


34.8 


78.6 


200.1 


25.8 


Howard 


0.2 


2.4 


7.8 


22.8 


116.4 


347.3 


45.3 


Queen Anne's 


0.7 


5.8 


3.7 


29.8 


64.4 


137. J 


. 


WASHINGTON, D.C. USA: 
















MARYLAND PORTION 
















Calvert 


0.2 


3.0 


0.9 


49.7 


76.1 


126.9 


15.3 


Charles 


0.2 


2.4 


6.1 


34.5 


82.0 


221.4 


27.6 


Frederick 


0.2 


2.2 


4.9 


43.3 


62.1 


169.2 


15.1 


Montgomery 


0.1 


2.2 


10. b 


13.6 


75.7 


272.7 


34.6 


Prince George's 


0.8 


6.3 


35.7 


48.7 


146.8 


318.9 


107.2 


WESTERN MARYLAND 
















Allegany 


0.1 


1.5 


1.6 


13.0 


57.8 


186.2 


8.0 


Garrett 


0.4 


4.1 


0.8 


32.0 


85.0 


97.7 


11.7 


Washington 


0.5 


1.6 


5.1 


18.7 


68.7 


155.9 


14.6 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 
















.St. Mary's 


0.0 


i.l 


2.7 


37.1 


74.1 


157.8 


11.4 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 
















Cecil 


0.1 


3.3 


2.2 


44.4 


80.9 


172.9 


19.2 


Kent 


0.6 


5.9 


1.8 


25.9 


98.8 


171.8 


10.6 


Caroline 


1.2 


5.4 


6.6 


33.1 


91.7 


128.5 


14.0 


Talbot 


0.0 


2.6 


5.1 


29.2 


99.6 


236.5 


15.0 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 
















Dorchester 


0.7 


4.3 


10.0 


44.5 


114.4 


256.2 


14.7 


Wicomico 


1.4 


4.2 


12.8 


62.6 


139.9 


295.7 


13.7 


Worcester 


1.4 


6.1 


9.4 


52.9 


225.3 


645.7 


29.8 


set 


1.6 


4.7 


4.7 


46.1 


109.3 


156.5 


13.0 


MARYLAND 
















19/5 


591.0 
















1980 


662.8 
















1981 


656.3 
















1982 


601.2 
















1983 


536.2 
















1984 


521.7 
















1985 


538.2 
















1986 


560.1 

















- 



L 



L 



,)00 females. 

: The statistics for Baltimore City include those crimes reported by the Baltimore City PD, 
University of Baltimore PD, University of Maryland -Baltimore City Campus PD, Morgan State 
University PD, Coppin State University PD, and the Port Administration PD. 

Source: Based on data obtained from the Maryland State Police, Criminal Records Central Repository; 
Maryland Uniform Crime Reporting, 1986 Preliminary Annual Release, March 1987; Maryland 
Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Maryland Center tor Health Statistics, Maryland 
Population Report Estimates tor July 1, 1985 and Projections for January 1. 1986 - July 1, 
1990, issued May 1987. 






No . 151 
MAJOR OFFENSES OK PERSONS COMMITTED TO STATE INSTITUTIONS: FY 1986 



OFFENSES 



JC('> 



mau<:s 
processed 

AT RDCC* 



FEMALES 

PROCESSED 
AT MCIW** 



TOTAL 



PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 



TOTAL 



5,029 



345 



5,374 



100.0 



Arson 

Assaul t 

Auto Theft 

Bribery 

Burglary 

Court Violation 

Disorderly Conduct: 

Domestic Relations 

Drug Abuse 

Escape 

Forgery 

Fraud 

Kidnapping 

Larceny 

Manslaughter 

Murder 

Prostitution 

Rape 

Robbery 

Sexual Offenses 

Stolen Property 

Traffic Violation 

Vandalism 

Weapons 

Other 



38 
628 

Gb 

8 

633 

985 

19 

49 
495 
17 
22 
37 
16 
674 

49 

235 

6 

132 

555 

99 

5 

105 
15 

134 
7 



1 


11 


29 


657 


1 


67 





8 


8 


641 


92 


1,077 





19 


4 


53 


44 


539 


1 


1.8 


4 


26 


26 


63 





16 


95 


769 


5 


54 


14 


249 


3 


9 





132 


10 


565 





99 


1 


6 


2 


10 7 





15 


2 


136 


1 


8 



0.8 

12.2 

1.2 

0. 1 
11.9 

20.0 
0.4 

1.0 
10.0 
0.3 
0.5 
1.2 
0.3 
14.3 

1.0 

4.6 
0.2 
2.5 



10 
1. 





2.0 
0.3 
2.5 

0.1 



( 1 > Major offense for each person. 

* Reception Diagnostic Classification Center. 
** Maryland Correctional Institute for Women. 

Source: Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, 
Division of Correction, unpublished data. 



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No. 152 

JURISDICTION FROM WHICH COMMITTED PERSONS WERE RECEIVED: 

FISCAL YEAR 1986 



JURISDICTION 



MALES 
PROCESSED 
AT RDCC ( ■ ' 



FEMALES 
PROCESSED 
AT MCIW <i?) 



JURISDICTION 
TOTAL 



BALTIMORE MSA 

Baltimore City 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore Cnty 
Carroll 
Harford 
Howard 
Queen Anne ' s 

WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
MARYLAND PORTION 



814 
179 
493 
23 
57 
65 
23 



Montgomery 


140 


Prince George's 


496 


Calvert 


45 


Charles 


138 


Frederick 


41 


WESTERN MARYLAND 




Allegany 


21 


Garrett 


16 


Washington 


68 



147 
16 
59 
1 
2 
7 
1 



9 
49 
8 
5 




1 

7 



961 
195 
552 
24 
59 
72 
24 



149 
545 

53 
143 

41 



22 
16 
75 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

St. Mary's 

UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 
Kent 

Caroline 
Talbot 



28 



57 
35 
56 
31 



6 
3 
6 
1 



29 



63 
38 

62 
32 



LOWER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 
Wicomico 
Worcester 
Somerset 

Other 

TOTAL 



20 

81 
61 
41 



5,029 





10 

5 

1 



345 



20 
91 
66 

42 



5,374 



^'Reception Diagnostic Classification Center. 

' ' 'Maryland Correctional Institute for Women. 

Source: Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional 
Services, Division of Correction, unpublished data. 



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No. L53 

AGE GROUPS OF COMMITTED PERSONS, ALL. ADULT INSTITUTIONS: 

FISCAL YEAR 1986 



AGE 



HALES 

PROCESSED 
AT RDCC* 



FEMALES 
PROCESSED 
AT MCIW** 



TOTAL 



PERCENT 
OF 

TOTAL 



TOTAL 

16 years and younger 

17 years 

18 years 

19 years 
.20 years 
21 years 
22-25 years 
26-30 years 
31-35 years 
36-40 years 
41-50 years 
51-60 years 

61 years and older 



5,029 

34 

90 

190 

299 

311 

316 

1,167 

1,129 

655 

409 

309 

100 

20 



34 5 


5,374 


100.0 





34 


0.6 





90 


I . / 


3 


L9 1 


3.6 


9 


308 


5.7 


12 


323 


6.0 


15 


331 


6 . 2 


81 


1,248 


23.2 


108 


1,237 


23.0 


67 


722 


13.4 


28 


43/ 


8. 1 


19 


328 


6.1 


3 


103 


1.9 





20 


0.4 



No. 154 

LENGTHS OF SENTENCES OF COMMITTED PERSONS, ALL ADULT INSTITUTIONS: 

FISCAL YEAR 1986 



SENTENCE LENGTHS 



MALES 
PROCESSED 
AT RDCC* 



FEMALES 
PROCESSED 
AT MCIW** 



TOTAL 



PERCENT 

OF 

TOTAL 



Total Sente 
3 months 
4-6 month 
7 months - 
13-18 mon 
19 months - 
25 months - 
37 months - 
61 months - 
97 months - 
121 months 
More than 1 
Life 
Indefinite 



nces 

s 

1 year 

ths 

2 years 

3 years 
5 years 
8 years 
10 years 

- 15 year 
5 years 



5,029 

19 

486 

833 

545 

487 

585 

759 

373 

312 

253 

309 

68 





345 


5,374 


100.0 


2 


21 


0.4 


44 


530 


9.9 


73 


906 


16.9 


61 


60G 


11.3 


38 


525 


9.8 


44 


629 


11.7 


37 


796 


14.8 


16 


389 


7.2 


14 


326 


6.1 


6 


259 


4.8 


9 


318 


5.9 


1 


69 


1.3 








0.0 



*Reception Diagnostic Classification Center 
**Maryland Correctional Institute for Women 

Note: Percentages may not add to total due to rounding. 

Source: Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, 
Division of Correction, unpublished data. 



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No. 155 

FORMAL DISPOSITION OF ALL JUVENILE COURT CASES, 
BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 
FISCAL YEARS 1983, 1984, AND 1985 



POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 



1985 



1984 



1983 



MARYLAND 



16,396 



16,445 



16,563 



BALTIMORE MSA 




Baltimore City 


5,884 


Anne Arundel 


1,685 


Baltimore Cnty 


1,592 


Carroll 


240 


Harford 


548 


Howard 


341 


Queen Anne ' s 


58 



,473 

,721 

,600 

258 

501 

327 

19 



6,317 

1,266 

1,935 

348 

530 

276 

47 



WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA 
MARYLAND PORTION 



Montgomery 


640 


Prince George's 


2,298 


Calvert 


246 


Charles 


488 


Frederick 


457 


WESTERN MARYLAND 




Allegany 


323 


Garrett 


72 


Washington 


338 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 




St. Mary's 


150 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 




Cecil 


347 


Kent 


57 


Caroline 


74 


Talbot 


85 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 




Dorchester 


144 


Wicomico 


141 


Worcester 


159 


Somerset 


27 



641 
455 
173 
355 
343 



244 

88 

330 



71 



320 
30 
50 
77 



79 
110 
142 

27 



769 
426 
234 
415 
283 



223 

97 

316 



148 



192 
42 
84 
99 



101 

196 

170 

34 



Out of State 



11 



15 



Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 
Juvenile Services Administration, Annual Report, 
Fiscal years 1983, 1984 and 1985. 



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No. 1% 

ftVBUGI DAILY TOTAL POPULATION AND RATED BUDGET CAPACITY OF JUVENILE rNSTTTUTIONS, 
BY INSTITUTION: FISCAL YEARS 1986 AND 1983 





AVERAGE DAILY 


POPULATION 


PERCENT 
CHANGE 


RATED BUDGET 
CAPACITY 








INSTITUTION 


FY 1986 


FY 1983 


1986/83 


1986 


Boys Village of Maryland 


65 


48 


35.4 


56 


diaries H. Hickey 


404 


481 


-16.0 


354 


Montrose School* 


276 


305 


-9.5 


275 


Youth Center 


179 


151 


18.5 


170 


T.J. 5. Waxter Center 


53 


43 


23.3 


40 


Noy(is Center 


35 


41 


-14.6 


35 


J. DeWeese Carter Youth Facility 


16 


11 


45.5 


14 



TOTAL 



1,028 



1,080 



-4.8 



944 



*Both boys and girls. 

Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Juvenile Services 
Administration, Office of Research and Analysis, unpublished data. 



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Ho. 157 

CAPACITY, AVERAGE DAILY POPULATION AMD AMIUAL FEB CAPITA COSTS OP 

ADULT CORRECTKMAL IUSTITUTIOHS , BY IMSTITUTIC*: 

KLSCAL YEAR 1986 









AVERAGE 


AMMUAL 




DESIGN 


RESLDEIT 


DAILY TOTAL 


PER CAPITA 


INSTITUTIOM 


CAPACITY 


POPOLATIOll 


POPOLATIOl 


COSTS' 


Brockbridge 


c j12 


558 


548 


<.■>> 


Roxbury 


720 


1,284 


1,240 


10,365 


Reception Diagnostic 










Classification Center 










for Males (RDCC) 


400 


752 


729 


18,433 


Maryland Penitentiary (MTEN) 


1,053 


1,173 


1,197 


16,706 


Maryland House of Correction 










(MHC) 


1,406 


1,603 


1,621 


12,853 


Maryland Correctional Institu- 










tion Jessup (MCIJ) 


512 


945 


961 


12,746 


Maryland Correctional Training 










Center (MCTC) 


1,702 


2,509 


2,472 


7,928 


Maryland Correctional 










Institution Hagerstown (MCLH) 


748 


1,751 


1,721 


11,575 


Maryland Correctional Pre- 










Release System— Males (MCPRS) 


1,293 


1,356 


1,355 


13,988 


MCPRS (Contractual) 


123 


118 


122 


c=l 


MCPRS (Females) 


32 


30 


33 


o) 


Maryland Correctional Institu- 










tion for Women (MCIW/RDCC) 


258 


399 


396 


14,635 


Contractual Local Jails 


20 


19 


21 


12,470 


Patuxent Annex 


- 


66 


83 


<^> 


Local Jail backup 


- 


90 


82 


10,013 


TOTAL DIVISION 


8,779 


12,653 


12,581 


13,395 



1 'Exclude State Use and Welfare Funds and are based on average daily residential 
population. 



c-o 



Included in cost for MCPRS-Males. 



o> 



Cost absorbed by Patuxent Institution. 



Mote: 1986 Fiscal Year Annual Per Capita Costs: Baltimore City Correctional Center - $10,475; 
Central Laundry - $8,137 

Source: Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, unpublished data. 



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NO . 1 59 

GAS UTILITY INDUSTRY, CUSTOMERS AND REVENUES, MARYLAND 4 ' ' 

1974 - 1985 





CUSTOMERS ( 1 


000) 




REVENUES 


($1,000) 




YEAR & 
















PERCENT 


RESI- 


COMMER- 


INDUS- 




RESI- 


COMMER- 


INDUS- 


CHANGE 


DENTIAL 


CIAL 


TRIAL 


TOTAL 


DENTIAL 


CIAL 


TRIAL 


1985 


747 


47 


6 


966,874 


496,060 


153,884 


311,690 


1984 


742 


46 


5 


1,059,863 


543,052 


168,479 


343,650 


1983 


733 


50 


5 


973,134 


480,306 


206,397 


278,313 


1982 


729 


50 


5 


872,417 


413,712 


171,443 


283,323 


1981 


729 


50 


5 


773,340 


356,726 


143,694 


256,065 


1980 


723 


49 


5 


607,478 


304,129 


113,062 


176,898 


1979 


849 


63 


5 <^> 


612,404 


311,599 


150,005 


124,659 


1978 


858 


30 


5 


495,224 


283,520 


117,979 


92,512 


1977 


850 


64 


5 


441,196 


246,762 


110,384 


83,389 


1976 


851 


63 


5 


387,327 


224,994 


91,473 


70,559 


1975 


854 


64 


5 


326,197 


192,088 


74,428 


59,222 


1974 


856 


64 


5 


179,415 


41,698 


61,583 


68,026 



' 1 * Totals include the District of Columbia. 

ca> 1974-1979 Industrial Customers from the Statistical Abstract of the 
United States, 1985 edition. 

Source: U . S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, 

Natural Gas Annual, 1985. U.S. Department of Commerce, Statistical 
Abstract of the United States, 1985 edition. 



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-203- 



NO. 161 

INSTAU.ED NAMEPLATE CAPACITY AMD PRODUCTION OF ELECTRIC UTILITIES 

BY TYPE OF PRIME HOVER AID CLASS OF OWNERSHIP AND 
PRODUCTION OF ELECTRIC UTULmES BY SOURCE, HARYLAND: 1983 - 1986 

















CLASS OF OWNERSHIP 








TYPE OF 


PRIME HOVER 






OF 


ELECTRIC UTILITIES 








ELECTRIC 


UTILITIES 






PRIVATELY 














COMBUST. /INTERNAL 


PUBLICLY 


ITEM 


TOTAL 


HYDRO 


STEAM 


NUCLEAR 


TURBLNE/C0HBUST o> 


TOTAL 


OWNED 


OWNED 


Installed Capacity 


















(MW) 


















1984, 1985, 1986 


10,446 


531 


6,887° > 


1,829 


1,199 


10,446 


10,358 


88 


1983 


9,762 


531 


6,203° * 


1,829 


1,199 


9,762 


9,674 


88 


Percent Change 


















1986/1983 


7.0 


0.0 


11.0 


0.0 


0.0 


7.0 


7.1 


0.0 


Production 


















(OOOMWH) 


















1986 


37,732 < " > 


1,876 


22,819 


12,828 


172 


37,732 


37,699 


33 


1985 


32,300 < " > 


1,524 


20,645 


9,926 


190 


32,300 


32,256 


44 


1984 


35,683 


2,022 


21,662°* 


11,651 


307 


35,683 


35,611 


72 


1983 


32,646 


1,765 


18,900°° 


11,676 


305 


32,646 


32,567 


79 


Percent Change 


















1986/1983 


15.6 


6.3 


20.7 


9.9 


-43.6 


15.6 


15.8 


-58.2 



PRODUCTION OF ELECTRIC UTTLITIES BY SOURCE 



TOTAL 



HYDRO 



COAL 


OIL 


GAS 




FIRED 


FIRED 


FIRED 




STEAM 


STEAM * 


STEAM 


NUCLEAR 



OTHER * 



COMBUST. /INTERNAL 
TURBINE/COMB0ST° 1> 



Production 
















(OOOMWH) 
















1986 


37,732 


1,876 


20,195 


2,528 


95 


12,828 


38 


1985 


32,300 


1,524 


17,613 


3,015 


17 


9,926 


16 


1984 


35,683 


2,022 


18,775 


2,874 


13 


11,651 


41 


1983 


32,646 


1,765 


15,518 


3,381 


- 


11,676 


- 


Percent Change 
















1986/1983 


15.6 


6.3 


30.1 


-25.2 


- 


9.9 


- 



172 
190 
307 
305 



-44.3 



° includes petroleum coke. <J,> Sum of coal, oil and gas-fired steam units. 

0> Sum of oil and gas combustion turbine/internal combustion units. 

"includes geothermal, wood and waste; for 1983 also includes wind aiid for 1984 and later years also includes wind and 
solar. 

Source: U.S. Department of Energy Information Administration, Electric Power Annual, 1986 and previous reports, and 
the Inventory of Power Plants, U.S., 1986 and previous reports. 



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NO. 162 

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC SALES IN MARYIAND 
AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA" 
1979-1986 



YEAR 



TOTAL COMMERCIAL 

AND INDUSTRIAL COl 

SALES (MILLION KWHR) (MILLION KWHR) 



RCIAL SALES 


INDUSTRIAL SALES 


ION KWHR) 


(MILLION KWHR) 


14,732 


18,706 


13,183 


18,341 


12,820 


17,851 


12,122 


16,614 


11,581 


16,154 


12,284 


17,066 


11,144 


16,413 


10,952 


16,299 


11.7 


2.0 


34.5 


14.8 



1986 






33,438 


1985 






31,524 


1984 






30,671 


1983 






28,736 


1982 






27,735 


1981 






29,350 


1980 






27,557 


1979 






27,251 


Percent Change 
1986/1985 


6.1 


1986/ 


1979 


22.7 



*EIA releases combined Maryland and District of Columbia figures. 

Source: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, 
Electric Power Annual 1986, and previous reports. 



-205- 



MO. 163 

RESIDENTIAL STATISTICS OF PRIVATELY OWED ELECTRIC UTILITY 
COMPANIES OPERATING IN MARYLAND: 1986 



COMPANY 









AVERAGE 




AVERAGE 




NUMBER OF 




ELECTRIC 




ANNUAL 




ELECTRIC 


ELECTRIC 


RESIDENTIAL 




ELECTRIC 


KILOWATT 


RESIDENTIAL 


OPERATING 


RATE 


KWH PER 


RESIDENTIAL 


HOURS SOLD 


CUSTOMERS 


REVENUES($) 


CENTS/MI 


CUSTOMER 


BILL ($) 


7,797,858,000 


842,592 


575,773,917 


7.38 


9,255 


683 


267,587,764 


26,577 


22,493,274 


8.41 


10,068 


846 


863,885,504 


93,584 


76,570,623 


8.86 


9,231 


818 


1,624,432,984 


134,955 


101,545,353 


6.25 


12,037 


752 


3,952,815,347 


330,306 


269,067,496 


6.81 


11,967 


815 


14,506,579,599 


1,428,014 


1,045,450,663 


7.54 


10,512 


783 



Baltimore Gas & Elec. Co. 
Conowinqo Power Co. 
Delmarva Power & Light Co." 
Potomac Edison Co. 0> 
Potomac Elec. Power Co.* 1 
TOTAL 



Figures for this company represent the Maryland portion of the total service area. 
Source: Maryland Public Service Commission, Rate Research and Economics Division. 



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NO. 164 

PRODUCTION OF COAL 

IN THE UNITED STATES, BY STATE 

AND IN MARYLAND BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 

1905 AND 1983 



PRODUCTION (IN THOUSANDS OF SHORT TONS)" 



1983 




1905 




UNDERGROUND 


SURFACE 


UNDERGROUND 


SURFACE 


1,647 


1,484 


1,770 


1,133 


- 


551 


- 


531 


1,647 


933 


1,770 


602 


10,060 


12,765 


14,418 


13,267 


- 


786 


- 


1,433 


- 


11,404 


- 


9,625 


- 


62 


- 


68 


- 


- 


- 


71 


5,582 


11,131 


6,346 


10,856 


- 


185 


- 


- 


31,838 


25,007 


37,343 


21,858 


1,783 


30,005 


2,053 


31,241 


- 


368 


172 


419 


- 


1,263 


- 


994 


64,826 


63,868 


80,266 


69,664 


49,009 


44,190 


62,359 


48,651 


15,817 


19,678 


17,907 


21,013 


- 


- 


- 


207 


- 


4,976 


- 


5,561 


- 


28,924 


- 


33,286 


103 


20,312 


803 


21,399 


- 


19,181 


- 


26,871 


10,822 


22,760 


13,630 


21,781 


- 


3,664 


- 


3,316 


34,799 


34,061 


36,266 


34,045 


4,358 


2,208 


5,147 


2,192 


- 


38,947 


- 


45,459 


11,756 


- 


12,776 


- 


26,779 


7,738 


33,271 


7,260 


- 


3,884 


- 


4,438 


91,918 


22,371 


103,475 


23,650 


1,250 


110,963 


1,058 


139,653 


298,320 


478,317 


348,795 


529,746 



MARYLAND 

Allegany 
Garrett 

Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

East 

West 
Louisianna 
Missouri 
Montana 
New Mexico 
North Dakota 
Ohio 
Oklahoma 
Pennsylvania 
Tennessee 
Texas 
Utah 

Virginia 
Washington 
W. Virginia 
Wyoming 

TOTAL 



Excludes mines producinq less than 10,000 short tons of coal during the 
year. 

Source: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, 
Coal Production, 1985 and 1983 issues. 



-207- 



NO. 165 

GROSS GALLONS OF MOTOR GASOLINE SOLD,* 
MARYLAND AND THE UNITED STATES: 
1974 - 1986 





MARYLAND 




UNITED STATES 


YEAR 


(1,000) 


PERCENT 
CHANGE OVER 
PRECEEDING 
YEAR 


(1,000) 


PERCENT 
CHANGE OVER 
PRECEEDING 

YEAR 

■ 


1986 


2,027,743 




2.6 


111,586,710 


2.5 


1985 


1,976,290 




0.9 


108,876,519 


0.6 


1984 


1,959,267 




3.5 


108,248,222 


3.9 


1983 


1,892,434 




0.2 


104,231,431 


1.4 


1982 


1,888,873 




-1.6 


102,747,065 


-1.3 


1981 


1,919,423 




-1.1 


104,150,406 


-2.2 


1980 


1,941,209 




-0.5 


106,448,704 


-5.6 


1979 


1,951,371 




-4.5 


112,781,204 


-3.6 


1978 


2,042,644 




3.4 


116,998,310 


3.6 


1977 


1,975,265 




3.2 


112,980,215 


3.0 


1976 


1,914,355 




3.8 


109,655,206 


5.2 


1975 


1,844,873 




3.1 


104,271,488 


2.4 


1974 


1,789,440 




-4.5 


101,855,749 


-3.7 



"State taxation reports at the wholesale level are the basis 
of the data 



Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal 

Highway Administration, Monthly Motor Gasoline 
Reported by States, MF-33G series. 



-208- 



NO. 166 

GASOLINE RETAIL PRICES: PREMIUM UNLEADED AND REGUIAR UNLEADED 

BALTIMORE METRO AREA AND UNITED STATES AVERAGE, 

AVERAGE PRICE PER GALLON: MONTH OF MAY 1984 - 1987 















PERCENTAGE 


CHANGE OVER 












PRECEDING YEAR: 


MONTH 


OF 


MAY 




MAY 
1984 


MAY 
1985 


MAY 
1986 


MAY 
1987 












PRICE AND AREA 


1984 


1985 


1986 




1987 


PREMIUM 




















UNLEADED 




















Baltimore MSA 


1.321 


1.338 


1.075 


1.052 


# 


1.3% 


-19.7% 




-2.1% 


U.S. Average 


1.J80 


1.360 


1.075 


1.079 


# 


-1.4% 


-21.0% 




0.4% 


REGULAR 




















UNLEADED 




















Baltimore MSA 


1.180 


1.179 


.889 


0.885 


-11.1% 


-0.1% 


-24.6% 




-0.4% 


U.S. Average 


1.236 


1.231 


.923 


0.941 


-1.8% 


-0.4% 


-25.0% 




2.0% 



"Prices for 1983 Premium Unleaded not listed in this series. 

Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, CPI Detailed Report, May 
issue, for the years stated. 



-209- 



MO. 167 
TELEPHONE SYSTEM IN MARYLAND 4 ", SELECTED DATA: 1976-1986 





NUMBER 


OF ACCOUNTS 








AVERAGE MONTHLY 
CONSTRUCTION 


NUMBER OF 
























PAYROLL 


EXPENDITURES 


ZONES AND 


YEAR 


TOTAL 


RESIDENTIAL 


BUSINESS 4 ' 


EMPLOYEES 


($1,000,000) 


($1 


,000,000) 


EXCHANGES 


1986 


1,887,200 


1,669,400 


217,800 


11,443 


423.0 




34.1 


159 


1985 


1,814,600 


1,620,200 


194,400 


11,372 


399.0 




30.0 


159 


1984 


1,742,000 


1,571,000 


171,000 


12,500 


365.3 




25.1 


160 


1983 


1,705,800 


1,540,900 


164,900 


15,537 


440.2 




26.9 


162 


1982 


1,625,000 


1,463,000 


162,000 


15,624 


413.6 




27.8 


162 


1981 


1,649,000 


1,492,000 


157,000 


16,003 


382.9 




25.6 


164 


1980 


1,626,000 


1,474,000 


152,000 


16,055 


349.0 




27.0 


165 


1979 


1,611,000 


1,465,000 


146,000 


15,797 


319.0 




24.7 


191 


19/8 


1,549,600 


1,394,100 


155,500 


15,188 


288.0 




17.2 


197 


1977 


1,481,900 


1,341,400 


140,500 


14,775 


261.0 




16.3 


197 


1976 


1,458,700 


1,323,600 


135,100 


14,603 


230.0 




13.7 


193 



[,) The above figures represent C&P of Maryland only; they do not include Rising Sun, Maryland served by the 
Armstrong Telephone Company 3,725 Maryland customers as of May 1987. 

< ^ > Including semi -public business consumers. 

Source: Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company of Maryland. 



-210- 



NO. 168 



IMPORT MID EXPORT TONNAGE AMD VALUE, PORT OF BALTIMORE: 1974-1986 







TOTAL 


IMPORT 


EXPORT 




TONHAGE 


VALUE 


TONNAGE 


VALUE 


TONNAGE 


VALUE 


YEAR 


(2,000 LBS) 


($1,000) 


(2,000 LBS) 


($1,000) 


(2,000 LBS) 


($1,000) 


1986 


24,707,337 


$ 15,526,925 


14,207,271 


$ 10,775,359 


10,500,066 


$ 4,571,566 


1985 


26,105,590 


14,686,864 


12,145,191 


9,245,143 


13,960,399 


5,441,721 


1984 


25,005,777 


14,630,182 


13,880,347 


8,972,691 


11,125,430 


5,657,492 


1983 


21,623,756 


12,797,433 


9,407,601 


5,838,861 


12,216,155 


6,958,572 


1982 


30,682,730 


14,224,322 


9,837,109 


5,668,157 


20,845,621 


8,556,165 


1981 


34,344,324 


15,040,543 


12,856,372 


6,071,968 


21,487,952 


8,968,575 


1980 


36,886,876 


15,288,883 


15,221,799 


6,245,383 


21,665,077 


9,043,500 


1979 


38,528,516 


12,762,907 


20,338,570 


5,313,974 


18,189,946 


7,448,933 


1978 


33,523,875 


11,342,920 


19,184,697 


4,898,415 


14,339,178 


6,444,505 


1977 


30,408,085 


3,381,223 


16,368,524 


3,363,950 


14,039,561 


5,017,273 


1976 


34,595,827 


8,249,225 


19,651,223 


3,075,349 


14,944,604 


5,173,877 


1975 


36,241,093 


8,179,756 


22,372,273 


3,233,128 


13,868,820 


4,946,628 


1974 


40,986,601 


7,159,653 


28,110,360 


3,605,097 


12,876,241 


3,554,556 


Source: 


Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland 


Port Administration 


, Foreiqn Commerce 



Statistical Report, 1986. 



-211- 



HO. 169 

IMPORT TRADE OK THE PORT OF BALTIMORE ARRAHGED BY PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES 
AMD BY TRADE AREAS: 1986 



COUNTRY OP ORIGIN 




COUNTRY OF ORIGIN 


VALUE 


IN ORDER OP TONNAGE 


SHORT TOK 


IN ORDER OF VALUE 


($1,000) 


Canada 


4,1.56,869 


Japan 


2,981,172 


Brazil 


1,744,268 


West Germany 


2,595,554 


Venezuela 


1,216,746 


Brazil 


634,121 


Liberia 


808,316 


Sweden 


523,821 


Japan 


733,876 


Italy 


509,496 


West Germany 


512,784 


United Kingdom 


493,595 


Australia 


382,626 


France 


353,144 


Spain 


382,159 


China (Taiwan) 


285,892 


Italy 


371,898 


Canada 


190,076 


Norway 


225,200 


Spain 


169,404 


France 


221,679 


Belgium and Luxembourg 


149,236 


Philippines 


214,878 


Netherlands (Holland) 


132,516 


Republic of South Africa 


174,937 


Republic of South Africa 


118,437 


Sweden 


159,921 


Venezuela 


107,809 


Colombia 


153,710 


Norway 


99,001 


United Kingdom 


147,136 


Philippines 


79,431 


China (Taiwan) 


143,393 


Ireland 


78,972 


Romania 


135,853 


Korea, Republic of 


70,373 


Netherlands (Holland) 


135,388 


Australia 


69,121 


Bahamas (British) 


126,184 


Switzerland 


65,957 


China (Mainland) 


110,035 


Yugoslavia 


63,922 


Mexico 


99,266 


Denmark 


62,319 


Chile 


89,480 


Argentina 


51,095 


Trinidad and Tobago 


88,350 


Hong Kong (British) 


48,408 


Switzerland 


87,420 


Singapore 


47,493 


Israel 


79,199 


United Arab Emirates 


45,074 


Soviet Union 


77,242 


Malaysia 


44,609 


Belgium and Luxembourg 


75,335 


Thailand 


43,659 


Algeria 


73,292 


China (Mainland) 


38,857 


Mauritania 


73,193 


Finland 


33,623 



IMPORTS BY TRADE AREA 



SHORT TONS 



VALUE 
($1,000) 



Europe 

Asia 

South America 

North America 

Africa 

Australia 

TOTAL 



2,903,808 
1,530,654 
3,411,279 
4,678,720 
1,282,138 
400,672 
14,20 



5,536,372 

3,787,841 

882,758 

254,746 

227,875 

85,767 

10,775,359 



Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland Port Administration, 
Foreign Commerce Statistical Report, 1986. 






NO. I/O 

KZPGBT TRADE OK 'HIE PORT OK KA1.T1HORK ARRANGED BY PRINCIPAL COUIiTRIES 
AND 1W TRADE AREAS: 1*386 



COUNTRY OK DESTINATION 




COUNTRY OF DESTINATION 


VALUE 


IN ORDER OK TONNAGE 


SHORT TONS 


IM ORDER OF 


VALUE 


($1,000) 


Japan 


1,480,223 


West Germans 




503,483 


Belgium and Luxembourg 


737,040 


United Kingc 


lorn 


349,251 


Portugal 


730,559 


Belgium and 


Luxembourg 


308,111 


Netherlands (Holland) 


698,168 


Netherlands 


(Holland) 


303,343 


Korea, Republic of 


661,381 


Saudi Arabic 


i 


274,974 


Spain 


646,427 


Japan 




251,231 


Egypt 


631,838 


France 




221,589 


France 


595,359 


Brazil 




218,484 


United Kingdom 


494,273 


Spain 




151,758 


Ireland 


358,298 


Egypt 




146,518 


Italy 


Ml, 094 


Venezuela 




140,821 


Brazil 


326,811 


Turkey 




135,971 


China (Taiwan) 


267,904 


Italy 




129,927 


Yugoslavia 


266,173 


Sweden 




111,116 


Soviet Union 


200,016 


China (Taiwan) 


108,945 


West Germany 


182,014 


Republic of 


South Africa 


92,225 


Philippines 


163,855 


Kuwai t 




89,990 


Algeria 


147,044 


Argentina 




69,035 


Sweden 


130,037 


Ireland 




60,998 


Denmark. 


124,804 


Korea, Republic of 


60,802 


East Germany 


115,487 


Austria 




60,007 


Argentina 


96,303 


Pakistan 




54,765 


Greece 


86,126 


Switzerland 




46,959 


Saudi Arabia 


82,125 


Chile 




46,127 


Singapore 


76,641 


Israel 




45,159 


Venezuela 


75,150 


Portugal 




42,779 


Romania 


61,276 


Singapore 




39,824 


Liberia 


59,100 


India 




39,568 


Dominican Republic 


50,143 


Hong Kong (British) 


39,460 


Canada 


42,235 


United Arab 


Emirates 


30,664 



EXPORTS BY TRADE AREA 



SHORT TONS 



VALUE 
($1,000) 



Europe 

Asia 

South America 

Africa 

North America 

Australia 

Other 

TOTAL 



5,883,117 

2,980,348 

538,376 

956,628 

126,704 

3,013 

11,862 

10,500,066 



2,637,024 

1,199,608 

526,675 

355,046 

26,408 

6,791 

15 

4,751,566 



Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland Port Administration, 
Foreign Commerce Statistical Report, 1986. 



-213- 



NO . 17 i 

RANKING OF PRINCIPAL UNITED STATES SEAPORTS IN 
FOREIGN WATERBORNE TRADE, IMPORT 'TONNAGE: 1986, 1985, AND 1984 
(IN THOUSANDS OF SHORT TONS) 



IX)RT 



1986 



1985 



1984 



PERCENTAGE CHANGE 
1986/85 1986/84 



UNITED STATES 


454,275 


399,7 52 


417,022 


13.6 


8.9 


New York, NY 


52,756 


48,989 


52,691 


7.7 


0.1 


Houston, TX 


31,519 


23,672 


22,846 


33.1 


38.0 


Corpus Christi, TX 


23,601 


17,981 


19,556 


31.3 


20.7 


Ph i Ladelphia, PA 


22,074 


18,701 


18,801 


18.0 


17.4 


Marcus Hook, PA 


17,436 


15,370 


15,130 


13.4 


15.2 


New Orleans, LA 


16,848 


14,545 


15,268 


15.8 


10.3 


BALTIMORE, MD 


14,207 


12,145 


13,880 


17.0 


2.4 


Paulsboro, NJ 


10,880 


9,948 


10,169 


9.4 


7.0 


Bos ton , MA 


10,586 


6,852 


7,656 


54.5 


38.3 


Los Angeles, CA 


10,574 


9,393 


6,985 


12.6 


51.4 


Long Beach, CA 


10,049 


11,477 


8,575 


-12.4 


17.2 


Wilmington, DE 


9,619 


8,204 


* 


17.2 


* 


Baton Rouge, LA 


8,912 


6,861 


7,061 


29.9 


26.2 


Mobile, AL 


7,097 


6,702 


4,743 


5.9 


49.6 


Savannah, GA 


5,857 


5,301 


5,450 


10.5 


7.5 


Tampa , FL 


5,427 


4,671 


5,299 


16.2 


2.4 



* Data not shown 

Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland Port Administration, 
Foreign Commerce Statistical Report, 1986 and 1985. 



-214- 



NO. L72 

RANKING OF PRINCIPAL UNITED STATES SEAPORTS IN 
FOREIGN WATERBORNE TRADE, IMPORT VALUE: 1986, 1985, AND 1984 

(IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS) 



PORT 



1986 



1985 



1984 



PERCENTAGE CHANGE 
1986/85 1986/84 



UNITED STATES 


230,821 


220,410 


201,677 


4.7 


14.5 


New York, NY 


36,394 


36,289 


36,369 


. 3 


0.1 


Los Angeles, CA 


29,116 


23,027 


15,207 


26.4 


91.5 


Long Beach, CA 


23,864 


23,721 


18,314 


0.6 


30.3 


Seattle, WA 


19,036 


18,834 


17,090 


1. 1 


11.4 


Tacoma , WA 


12,368 


7,631 


3,354 


62.1 


268.8 


BALTIMORE, MD 


10,775 


9,245 


8,973 


16.6 


20.1 


Houston, TX 


9,365 


10,271 


9,690 


-8.8 


-3.4 


Oakland, CA 


8,208 


6,900 


6,959 


19.0 


17.9 


New Orleans , LA 


5,656 


5,683 


5,731 


-0.5 


-1.3 


Jacksonville, FL 


5,471 


4,556 


3,453 


20.1 


58.4 


Savannah, GA 


5,456 


4,374 


3,772 


24.7 


44.6 


Norfolk, VA 


5,350 


5,156 


3,749 


3.8 


42.7 


Charleston, SC 


5,109 


3,505 


3,013 


45.8 


69.6 


Philadelphia, PA 


4,107 


4,993 


5,413 


-17.7 


-24.1 


Portland, OR 


3,7/1 


2,952 


2,878 


27.7 


31.0 



Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland Port Administration, 
Foreign Commerce Statistical Report, 1986 and 1985. 



-215- 



NO. 173 

RANKING OF PRINCIPAL UNITED STATES SEAPORTS IN 

FOREIGN WATERBORNE TRADE, EXPORT TONNAGE: 1986, 1985, AND 1984 

( 1 N THOUSANDS OF SHORT TONS ) 



PORT 



1986 



1985 



1984 



PERCENTAGE CHANGE 
1986/85 1986/84 



UNITED STATES 



330,849 



351,874 



376,602 



-6.0 



12.1 



Norfolk, VA 


28,538 


32,058 


29,885 


-11.0 


-4.5 


New Orleans, LA 


22,759 


23,149 


25,072 


-1.7 


-9.2 


Houston, TX 


17,565 


17,407 


24,356 


0.9 


-27.9 


Newport News, VA 


15,677 


16,705 


12,302 


-6.2 


27.4 


Baton Rouge, LA 


14,556 


12,867 


12,594 


13.1 


15.6 


Portland, OR 


11,571 


10,981 


12,913 


5.4 


-10.4 


Mobile, AL 


11,068 


11,402 


10,956 


-2.9 


1.0 


BALTIMORE, MD 


10,500 


13,960 


11,126 


-24.8 


-5.6 


Long Beach , CA 


9 , 097 


9,343 


11,448 


-2.6 


-20.5 


Los Angeles, CA 


8,226 


7,519 


6,864 


9.4 


19.8 


Tacoma , WA 


6,734 


6,859 


7,854 


-1.8 


-14.3 


New York, NY 


6,167 


5,797 


5,755 


6.4 


7.2 


Philadelphia, PA 


4,219 


5,612 


2,914 


-24.8 


44.8 


Seattle, WA 


4,119 


3,593 


5,253 


14.6 


-21.6 


Savannah, Ga. 


3,947 


3,992 


3,496 


-1.1 


12.9 



Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland Port Administration, 
Foreign Commerce Statistical Report, 1986 and 1985. 



-216- 



NO. 174 

RANKING OF PRINCIPAL UNITED STATES SEAPORTS IN 
FOREIGN WATERBORNE TRADE, EXPORT VALUE: 1986, 1985, AND 1984 

(IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS) 



TOUT 



1986 



1985 



1984 



PERCENTAGE CHANGE 
1986/85 1986/84 



UNITED STATES 

New York, NY 
Houston, TX 
New Orleans, LA 
Long Beach , CA 
BALTIMORE, MD 
Los Angeles, CA 
Norfolk, VA 
Seattle, WA 
Oakland, CA 
Savannah, GA 
Miami, FL 
Charleston, SC 
Baton Rouge, LA 
Tacoma , WA 
Portland, OR 



93,661 


96,157 


106,272 


-2.6 


-11.9 


10,302 


10,138 


11,056 


1.6 


-6.8 


8,120 


8,880 


10,162 


-8.6 


-20.1 


5,142 


5,448 


6,319 


-5.6 


-18.6 


5,004 


4,431 


5,435 


12.9 


-7.9 


4,752 


5,442 


5,658 


-12.7 


-16.0 


4,642 


5,132 


4,303 


-9.5 


7.9 


4,475 


4,605 


4,282 


-2.8 


4.5 


4,087 


3,006 


3,338 


35.9 


22.4 


3,848 


4,300 


4,850 


-10.5 


-20.7 


3,152 


2,740 


2,634 


15.0 


19.7 


3,019 


2,594 




16.4 




2,961 


2,867 


2,912 


3.3 


1.7 


2,002 


1,837 


2,035 


9.0 


-1.6 


1,962 


1,440 


1,140 


36.3 


72.1 


1,776 


1,904 


2,202 


-6.7 


-19.3 



Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland Port Administration, 
Foreign Commerce Statistical Report, 1986 and 1985. 



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WATERWAV 







PERCENT 






CHANGE 


1984 


1981 


1984/1981 


37,306,504 


49,804,528 


-25.1 


48,174 


79,259 


-39.2 


151,859 


121,725 


24.8 


316,975 


282,453 


12.2 


83,134 


98,621 


-15.7 


301,991 


234,749 


28.6 


727,254 


678,251 


7.2 


14,592 


38,972 


-62.6 


198,496 


142,657 


39.1 


1,309 


1,879 


-30.3 


404,240 


95,446 


323.5 


805,184 


24 


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Baltimore Harbor and Channels 

Other Principal Waterways 
Chester River, Maryland 
Tred Avon River, Maryland 
Choptank River, Maryland 
Cambridge Harbor, Maryland 
Nanticoke River, Delaware 

and Maryland 
Wicomico River, Maryland 
Crisfield Harbor, Maryland 
Pocomoke River, Maryland 
Chincoteague Bay, Maryland 

and Virginia 
Susquehanna River, MD 
Breton Bay, MD 
Middle River and Dark 

Head Creek, MD 
Ocean City Harbor and Inlet and 

Sinepuxent Bay, MD 
Patuxent River, MD 



36,870 

36,839 
97,495 



32,761 

95,858 
109,067 



12.5 

-61.6 
-10.6 



Source: U.S. Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Waterborne 

Commerce of the United States: Part i, Waterways and Harbors, 
Atlantic Coast, 1984 and 1981. 



-220- 



NO. 178 

WATERBORNE COMMERCE OF THE BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS , ( ' » 

IN SHORT TONS: 1975 - 1984 



YEAR TONNAGE PASSENGERS 

1984 37,306,504 448,686 

1983 31,574,307 424,582 

1982 40,830,961 632,962 

1981 49,804,528 333,748 

1980 50,041,515 174,153 

1979 51,444,637 283,437 

1978 46,809,090 178,147 

1977 44,756,359 163,134 

1976 52,437,192 169,946 

1975 52,661,448 156,882 

(1 Section included in the mouth of the 
Chesapeake Bay to Baltimore, MD. 

Source: U.S. Department of the Army, Corps 
of Engineers, Waterborne Commerce 
of the United States: Part I, 
Waterways and Harbors, Atlantic 
Coast, 1984. 



-221- 



NO. 179 
BALTIMORE -WASHINGTON I NTERNAT I ONAL AIRPORT OPERATIONS: 1986 AND 1985 









PERCENT 








CHANGE 


TYPE OF OPERATION 


1986 


1985 


1986/85 


Total Commercial Passengers 


8,670,506 


7,830,404 


10.7 


Enplaned 


4,271,894 


3,811,942 


12.1 


Deplaned 


4,275,793 


3,830,402 


11.6 


Charter 


122,819 


188,060 


-34.7 


Total Mail (Lbs. ) 


57,526,156 


58,135,068 


-1.0 


Enplaning 


32,303,783 


35,783,173 


-9.7 


Deplaning 


25,222,373 


22,351,895 


12.8 


Total Freight (Lbs.) 


239,303,580 


198,557,250 


20.5 


Enplaning 


109,954,704 


91,807,518 


19.8 


Deplaning 


129,348,876 


106,749,733 


21.2 


Total Air Traffic Operations 


285,012 


283,024 


0.7 


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Commercial Carrier 


219,244 


207,635 


5.6 


General Aviation 


61,561 


68,806 


-10.5 


Military 


1,413 


1,831 


-22.8 


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270 


575 


-53.0 


General Aviation ta * 


2,524 


4,177 


-39.6 



' ' J With origin or destination beyond the local tower. 
<J) Remaining under control of the local tower. 



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Includes airline personnel familiarization operations 



Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, State Aviation 

Administration, Comparative Summary of Activity for Calendar 
Year 1986 vs. 1985. 



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NO. 180 

COMMERCIAL AIRPORTS AND HELIPORTS IN THE STATE OF MARYLAND 

BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION 



POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 



AIRPORTS AND HELIPORTS 



Allegany 
Anne Arundel 

Baltimore 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Kent 

Montgomery 

Prince George's 

Queen Anne ' s 

Somerset 

St. Mary's 

Talbot 

Washington 

Wicomico 

Worcester 



Cumberland Municipal, Mexico Farms 

Deep Creek, Baltimore-Washington Int'l. 
Lee (Annapolis) 

Baltimore Airpark, Essex, Martin State 

Ridgely 

Clearview, Carroll County 

Cecil County, Conowingo, Raintree 

Aqualand-Clif ton, Maryland 

Cambridge-Dorchester Municipal 

Frederick Municipal 

Garrett County 

Harford County, Fallston 

Scheeler 

Davis , Montgomery County 

College Park Freeway, Prince George's 
Airpark, Surburban, Washington Executive 

Bay Bridge, Kentmorr 

Crisf ield-Somerset County 

St. Mary's County 

Easton Municipal 

Washington County Regional 

Bennett, Salisbury-Wicomico County Regional 

Ocean City Municipal, Fairs 



Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, State Aviation 
Administration, Maryland Airport Directory, 1987. 



-223- 



NO. 181 

NKW MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION AND NUMBER OF LICENSED 
DRIVERS IN MARYLAND: 1986 AND 1985 



TYPE 1986 1985 



Passenger Cars 262,635 239,979 

Commercial 62,139 54,088 

TOTAL 324,774 294,067 
Number ot Licensed Drivers 

(As of December 31, 1985 and December 31, 1986) 2,956,260 2,912,517 



Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, Motor Vehicle 

Administration, registration based on data obtained from Dealer 
Report, Yearly Recap, 198b and 1986; licensed driver information 
unpublished. 



-224- 



NO. 182 

MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION IN MARYLAND, BY TYPE AND POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION: 1986 AND 1985 







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1985^* 








PLEASURE 


ALL 




PLEASURE 


ALL 


SUBDIVISION 


TOTAL 


(CLASS A) 


OTHER <3> 


TOTAL 


(CLASS A) 


OTHER * 


MARYLAND 


3,515,785 


2,753,135 


762,650 


3,356,726 


2,625,678 


731,048 


BALTIMORE MSA 














Baltimore City 


353,233 


285,458 


67,775 


352,552 


282,667 


69,885 


Anne Arundel 


347,668 


266,591 


81,077 


329,643 


252,354 


77,289 


Baltimore Cnty 


591,0/4 


483,889 


107,185 


569,841 


465,449 


104,392 


Carroll 


104,148 


72,092 


32,056 


97,753 


67,702 


30,051 


Harford 


131,436 


99,180 


32,256 


124,829 


93,838 


30,991 


Howard 


132,020 


106,867 


25,153 


121,214 


97,757 


23,457 


Queen Anne's 


28,352 


17,774 


10,578 


26,093 


16,364 


9,729 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 














MARYLAND PORTTOH 














Montgomery 


558,214 


486,546 


71,668 


527,742 


459,102 


68,640 


Prince George's 


539,427 


436,999 


102,428 


518,339 


421,246 


97,093 


Calvert 


37,934 


25,760 


12,174 


34,692 


23,487 


11,205 


Charles 


74,802 


53,115 


21,687 


69,294 


49,303 


19,991 


Frederick 


121,850 


85,387 


36,463 


113,824 


79,709 


34,115 


WESTERN MARYLAND 














Allegany 


62,247 


45,020 


17,227 


60,871 


43,873 


16,998 


Garrett 


21,100 


12,740 


8,360 


20,495 


12,349 


8,146 


Washington 


98,529 


68,087 


30,442 


94,568 


65,554 


29,014 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 














St. Mary's 


51,011 


34,288 


16,723 


47,817 


32,241 


15,576 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 














Cecil 


54,186 


36,910 


17,276 


49,477 


34,477 


15,000 


Kent 


16,519 


10,354 


6,165 


15,529 


9,869 


5,660 


Caroline 


24,771 


14,166 


10,605 


24,201 


13,501 


10,700 


Talbot 


27,573 


18,750 


8,823 


26,451 


17,955 


8,496 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 














Dorchester 


26,667 


17,301 


9,366 


25,806 


16,663 


9,143 


Wicomico 


60,951 


41,219 


19,732 


57,521 


38,655 


18,866 


Worcester 


34,470 


22,815 


11,619 


31,984 


20,911 


11,073 


Somerset 


15,603 


10,104 


5,499 


14,863 


9,557 


5,306 


Miscellaneous 


2,000 


1,687 


313 


1,327 


1,095 


232 



Tor the period Feburary 1, 1985 through April 30, 1986. 

<2> For the period March 1, 1984 through April 30, 1985. 

<3> Includes motorcycles, trailers, including 6,594 multi-year trailer registrations, 
and all other classes (trucks). 

<4> Includes motorcycles, motorbikes, motor scooters (Class D), trailers (Class G), including 
6,886 multi-year trailer registrations, and all other classes (trucks). 

Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, Motor Vehicle Administration, 

Segregation of Classification by Political Subdivision, for periods stated. 



-225- 



NO. 183 
AVERAGE DAILY VEHICLE MILES, STATE MAINTAINED ROADS: 1986 AND 1985 



SUBDIVISION 



1986 



1985 



PERCENT CHANGE 
1986/1985 



MARYLAND 

BALTIMORE MSA 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore Cnty 
Carroll 
Harford 
Howard 
Queen Anne ' s 

WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
MARYLAND PORTLON 



70,271,652 



6,979,339 
10,947,686 
1,704,049 
2,149,704 
3,942,476 
1,186,839 



65,967,595 



6,475,637 
10,158,365 
1,582,026 
1,982,791 
3,694,509 
1,127,124 



6.5 



7.8 
7.8 
7.7 
8.4 
6.7 
5.3 



Montgomery 


9,963,774 


9,562,681 


4.2 


Prince George's 


11,982,085 


10,964,544 


9.3 


Calvert 


768,569 


702,403 


9.4 


Charles 


1,483,763 


1,372,015 


8.1 


Frederick 


3,365,836 


3,174,967 


6.0 


WESTERN MARYLAND 








Allegany 


1,310,993 


1,266,153 


3.5 


Garrett 


645,598 


598,187 


7.9 


Washington 


2,512,123 


2,477,641 


1.4 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 








St . Mary ' s 


1,017,586 


944,689 


7.7 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 








Cecil 


1,198,427 


1,104,962 


8.5 


Kent 


422,259 


431,396 


-2.1 


Caroline 


531,822 


487,941 


9.0 


Talbot 


1,017,548 


903,257 


12.7 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 








Dorchester 


521,656 


536,207 


-2.7 


Wicomico 


1,327,818 


1,094,769 


21.3 


Worcester 


1,071,397 


1,079,157 


-0.7 


Somerset 


508,127 


540,339 


-6.0 


Toll Facilities 


3,712,178 


3,705,837 


0.2 



Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, State 

Highway Administration, Bureau of Highway Statistics, 
based on data obtained from Mileage, Annual Vehicle 
Miles of Travel and Sguare Yards of Surfacing, as of 
January 1, 1986 and January 1, 1987. 






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1986 


1985 


1986 


1985 


1986 


1985 


WAKYUND 


27,121.0 


26,946.7 


5,238.0 


5,226.4 


17,873.4 


17,730.4 


4,009.5 


3,989.9 


BALTIMORE USA 


















Baltimore City 


1,897.3 


1,896.6 


14.4 C,> 


14.4°> 


0.0 


0.0 


1,882.2 


1,882.2 


Anne Arundel 


1,855.3 


1,831.0 


339.5 


339.7 


1,437.5 


1,413.0 


78.4 


78.3 


Baltimore Cnty 


2,706.0 


2,680.9 


401.2 


389.6 


2,304.8 


2,291.3 


0.0 


0.0 


Carroll 


1,175.0 


1,164.8 


219.6 


220.1 


872.7 


864.2 


82.6 


80.5 


Harford 


1,211.6 


1,206.7 


283.1 


283.1 


820.4 


816.0 


108.1 


107.6 


Howard 


847.0 


837.4 


182.6 


188.1 


664.4 


649.3 


0.0 


0.0 


Queen Anne's 


718.3 


706.0 


210.6 


208.4 


495.4 


485.4 


12.2 


12.2 


WASHIHGTON, D.C. 


MSA: 
















MARYLAND PORTION 


















Montgomery 


2,415.6 


2,385.3 


358.7 


357.9 


1,796.2 


1,768.7 


260.7 


258.7 


Prince George's 


2,207.6 


2,191.3 


346.9 


345.5 


1,402.9 


1,392.3 


457.8 


453.5 


Calvert 


459.5 


455.4 


118.2 


118.2 


323.9 


320.0 


17.3 


17.2 


Charles 


772.2 


769.1 


237.5 


237.8 


510.0 


507.5 


24.8 


23.8 


Frederick 


1,643.1 


1,638.0 


364.3 


361.9 


1,106.2 


1,107.3 


172.7 


168.8 


WESTERN MARYLAND 


















Allegany 


920.1 


920.5 


190.7 


190.7 


542.3 


542.1 


187.1 


187.7 


Garrett 


950.3 


949.9 


199.0 


199.0 


697.8 


697.4 


53.5 


53.5 


Washington 


1,216.5 


1,214.6 


288.0 


288.0 


747.4 


745.6 


181.2 


181.0 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

St. Mary's 684.4 

UPPER EASTERN SHORE 



683.5 



200.5 



200.2 



479.5 



479.1 



Does not include 17.09 miles of interstate highway maintained by Baltimore City. 

Note: Figures may not add to total due to rounding. 

Source: Maryland Department of Transportation, State Highway Administration, Bureau of 
Highway Statistics, Highway Mileage on State, State Toll, County and Municipal 
Systems, as of January 1, 1986 and January 1, 1987. 



4.5 



4.2 



Cecil 


795.4 


789.6 


214.0 


214.0 


531.3 


525.7 


50.1 


49.9 


Kent 


439.6 


434.4 


172.9 


173.5 


242.2 


237.9 


24.5 


23.0 


Caroline 


671.3 


669.4 


157.8 


156.2 


467.6 


467.5 


45.9 


45.7 


Talbot 


541.1 


540.1 


132.7 


134.1 


349.5 


348.7 


58.9 


57.3 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 


















Dorchester 


769.2 


767.4 


138.3 


138.3 


568.4 


566.6 


62.5 


62.5 


Wicomico 


959.5 


954.3 


163.6 


163.6 


677.2 


672.9 


118.7 


117.8 


Worcester 


800.5 


796.3 


201.9 


202.1 


496.1 


492.3 


102.5 


101.9 


Somerset 


464.8 


464.5 


102.1 


102.1 


340.0 


339.7 


22.8 


22.7 



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en 



NO. 187 
CASH RECEIPTS KROM KARM1NG, NARYI.AND: 1986, 198b AND 1984" * 



COMMODITY 



1986 
($1,000) 



198b 
($1,000) 



1984 
($1,000) 



PERCENT OK 
TOTAL RKCKIPTS 



1986 



198b 



1984 



LIVESTOCK AND BROILERS 

Broilers 

Dairy Products 

Cattle and Calves 

Hogs 

Eggs 

Tarm Chickens 

Turkeys 

Sheep and Lambs 

Wool 

Other t5 ° 

ALL CROPS 

FIELD CROPS: 



814,290 

425,514 

209,625 

67,111 

34,498 

48,208 

1,791 

n/a 

573 

84 

26,886 

388,948 



764,157 

377,587 

211,041 

67,162 

40,217 

44,038 

1,903 

1,517 

597 

60 

20,120 

475,969 



819,964 

415,701 

212,240 

68,634 

41,004 

57,127 

3,479 

980 

570 

79 

20,150 

435,102 



67.7 



35.4 

17.4 

5.6 

2.9 

4.0 
0.1 
n/a 



2.2 



32.3 



61.6 



30.4 

17.0 
5.4 
3.2 
3.6 
0.2 
n/a 



1.6 



38.4 



Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding. 
* Less than .05 percent. 

(1) Figures provided by Economic Research Service, USDA. 

(2) Includes miscellaneous livestock, poultry and products, horses, mink pelts, etc. 

(3) Processing only. 

Source: Maryland Department of Agriculture, Maryland Agricultural Statistics, 1986, 
issued August 1987. 



65.3 

33.1 

16.9 
5.5 
3.3 
4.6 
0.3 
0.1 
* 

1.6 
34.7 



Corn 


51,520 


131,705 


115,598 


4.3 


10.6 


9.2 


Soybeans 


52,048 


66,662 


73,871 


4.3 


5.4 


5.9 


Tobacco 


37,492 


39,990 


31,127 


3.1 


3.2 


2.5 


Wheat 


14,372 


17,914 


17,975 


1.2 


1.4 


1.4 


Hay 


11,273 


9,689 


7,832 


0.9 


0.8 


0.6 


Barley 


6,090 


8,827 


10,123 


0.5 


0.7 


0.8 


Rye 


274 


243 


276 


* 


* 


* 


Oats 


113 


179 


331 


* 


* 


* 


Other Field Crops 


410 


355 


315 


* 


* 


* 


Total 


173,592 


275,564 


257,448 


14.4 


22.2 


20.5 


VEGETABLES AND MELONS: 














Tomatoes 


9,406 


10,513 


8,929 


0.8 


0.8 


0.7 


Potatoes 


1,850 


2,402 


3,152 


0.2 


0.2 


0.3 


Sweet Ccam <3: 


2,000 


3,577 


3,891 


0.2 


0.3 


0.3 


Green Peas ( ! > 


818 


1,225 


1,151 


0.1 


0.1 


0.1 


Sweet Potatoes 


1,902 


1,808 


2,581 


0.2 


0.1 


0.2 


Misc. Vegetables 


24,960 


34,966 


33,578 


2.1 


2.8 


2.7 


Total 


40,936 


54,491 


53,282 


3.4 


4.4 


4.2 


FRDTTS AND NUTS: 














Apples 


11,713 


10,237 


7,417 


1.0 


0.8 


0.6 


Peaches 


4,088 


210 


3,472 


0.3 


* 


0.3 


Misc. Fruits and Nuts 


2,750 


3,230 


2,760 


0.2 


0.3 


0.2 


Total 


18,551 


13,677 


13,649 


1.5 


1.1 


1.1 


GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY 


136,547 


112,958 


91,753 


11.3 


9.1 


7.3 


FOREST PRODDCTS 


18,180 


18,000 


17,500 


1.5 


1.5 


1.4 


MUSHROOMS 


1,142 


1,279 


1,470 


0.1 


0.1 


0.1 


ALL COMMODITIES 


1,203,238 


1,240,126 


1,255,066 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 



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NO. 188 

;kij-:cted commodities indices, prices received by farmers 
makyijvnd: 1 982- 1986' ' 



YEAR 



AIJ, COMMODITIES 



ALL CROPS 



LIVESTOCK AND 
LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 



1982 
198.1 
1984 
1985 
1986 



127 
134 
138 
125 
128 



115 
131 
125 
108 
97 



134 
135 
146 
135 
145 



/l Annual average based on unrounded monthly indices. 

Source: Maryland Department of Agriculture, Division of 
Agricultural Development and Marketing, Maryland 
Agricultural Statistics, 1986, issued August 1987 



NO. 189 
NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS, MARYLAND 1977-1986 



YEAR 



NUMBER OF FARMS 



LAND IN FARMS (1,000 ACRES) 



1977 


16,700 


1978 


17,000 


1979 


17,000 


1980 


17,500 


1981 


18,200 


1982 


18,000 


1983 


18,000 


1984 


17,800 


1985 


17,500 


1986 


17,000 


Source: N 


aryland Dep 



2,650 
2,650 
2,700 
2,750 
2,800 
2,750 
2,700 
2,700 
2,600 
2,500 



Maryland Department of Agriculture, Division of 
Agricultural Development and Marketing, Maryland 
Agricultural Statistics, 1986, issued August iy87 . 



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NO. 190 
LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY IN MARYLAND, NUMBER ON FARMS: L98S L987 



SPECIES AND CLASS 





JANUARY 


1 OK STATED 


YEARS 




1987 

( 1,000 HKAD) ( 


1 986 
1 ,000 HE 


IAD) 


(1, 


L985 
[)00 HEAD) 


330 




370 






390 


175 




195 






200 


50 




7 1 






79 


125 




124 






121 


65 




78 






80 


10 




13 






14 


48 




53 






54 


7 




12 






12 


21 




26 






31 


5 




6 






8 


64 




65 






71 


190 




205 






215 


25 




20 






16 


16 




14 






11 


3 




3 






2 


4 




2 






2 


2 




1 






1 


5,129 




4,782 




4 


,595 


1,424 




1,300 






968 


3,601 




3,381 




3 


,544 


104 




101 






83 



All Cattle and Calves 

Cows and Heifers that have calved 

Beef Cows 

Milk Cows 
Heifers 500 pounds and over 

For Beef Cow Replacement 

For Milk Cow Replacement 

Other Heifers 
Steers 500 pounds and over 
Bulls 500 pounds and over 

Heifers, Steers and Bulls under 500 pounds 
All Hogs and Pigs' ' 
Sheep and Lambs 

Ewes 1 Y ear an d older 

Rams and Wethers 1 y ear and older 

Ewe Lambs 

Wether and Ram Lambs 
All Farm Chickens' 1/: ^ 

Hens 

Pullets 

Other Chickens 



/l Number on hand December 1 of preceding year. 

/2 Does not include commercial broilers. 

Source: Maryland Department of Agriculture, Division of Agricultural Development 
and Marketing, Maryland Agricultural Statistics, 1986, issued August 1987 



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NO. 193 
VACANCY RATKS IN YEAR ROUND HOUSING UNITS 



1980 



POLITICAL 


HOMKOWNER 


SUBDIVISION 


VACANCY RATE 


MARYIJXND 


1.5 


BALTIMORE MSA: 




Baltimore City 


1.3 


Anne Arundel 


1.5 


Baltimore Cnty 


0.8 


Carroll 


1.4 


Harford 


1.7 


Howard 


2.6 


Queen Anne's 


1.6 



RENTAL 
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5.5 



5.4 
5.5 
3.1 
5.7 
7.8 
8.2 
7.9 



WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
MARYLAND PORTION 



Montgomery 


1.6 


Prince George's 


1.8 


Calvert 


2.2 


Charles 


1.7 


Frederick 


2.3 


WESTERN MARYLAND 




Allegany 


1.5 


Garrett 


1.6 


Washington 


0.9 



5.0 
5.9 
5.7 
6.3 
5.5 



6.7 
9.9 
5.3 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 
St. Mary's 



1.2 



6.3 



UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 1.4 

Kent 1.4 

Caroline 1.2 

Talbot 1.4 



7.9 
6.9 
7.9 
4.1 



LOWER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 1.8 

Wicomico 1.8 

Worcester 7.3 

Somerset 1.6 



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7.0 
22.2 
7.6 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the 

Census, 1980 Census of Housing, General Housing 
Characteristics - Maryland, Final Report 
HC80-1-A22. 



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NO. 194 

BUIUHNG PERMITS FOR NEW PRIVATE AND PUBLIC RESIDENTIAL DWELLING UNITS 
AUTHORIZED IN MARYLAND: 1972-1986 





MARYLAND 


UNITED STATES 






PERCENT 


PERCENT 




NUMBER 


CHANGE 


CHANGE 




OF 


OVER 


OVER 




HOUSING 


PRECEDING 


PRECEDING 


YEAR 


UNITS 


YEAR 


YEAR 


1986 


42,378 


.6 


2.1 


1985 


42,137 


9.3 


2.8 


1984 


38,551 


-3.1 


4.5 


1983 


39,799 


88.8 


60.2 


1982 


21,085 


23.1 


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1981 


17,132 


-15.6 


-17.4 


1980 


20,308 


-23.9 


-22.7 


1979 


26,696 


-32.3 


-13.2 


1978 


39,442 


29.6 


6.4 


1977 


30,431 


14.0 


29.9 


1976 


26,994 


12.7 


37.2 


1975 


19,661 


37.3 


-12.8 


1974 


23,299 


-15.6 


-40.5 


1973 


48,307 


-11.5 


-18.2 


1972 


54,566 







Note: Sample taken from a 17,000 Permit-Issuing 
Universe: 1984-1986. 

Sample taken from a 16,000 Permit-Issuing 
Universe: 1978-1983. 

Sample taken from a 14,000 Permit-Issuing 
Universe: 1972-1977. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, International 
Trade Administration, Construction Review. 



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NO. 196 

NUMBER OF KKA1. PROPKRTIKS AND RKAI, 
VALUES, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS: 



PROPERTY ASSESSED 

AS OK JULY 1 . 19B6 



ASSESSED VALUE 




POLITICAL 


NUMBER OF 


REAL PROPERTY 


SUBDIVISION 


PROPERTIES 


($1 ,000) 


MARYLAND 


1,610,988 


54,326,736 


BALTIMORE MSA 






Baltimore City 


217,499 


4,810,751 


Anne Arundel 


147,185 


5,323,036 


Baltimore Cnty 


222,831 


7,969,853 


Carroll 


41,036 


1,190,043 


Harford 


52,952 


1,564,660 


Howard 


52,254 


2,556,893 


Queen Anne ' s 


18,228 


411,928 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 






MARYLAND PORTION 






Montgomery 


238,792 


13,672,931 


Prince George r s 


202,052 


7,433,566 


Calvert 


29,034 


574,047 


Charles 


32,670 


1,001,593 


Frederick 


52,897 


1,579,816 


WESTERN MARYLAND 






Allegany 


36,311 


518,155 


Garrett 


20,169 


260,585 


Washington 


40,302 


983,503 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 






St. Mary's 


27,753 


676,264 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 






Cecil 


31,345 


594,380 


Kent 


11,138 


205,706 


Caroline 


12,351 


175,638 


Talbot 


14,074 


574,688 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 






Dorchester 


16,475 


266,572 


Wicomico 


34,263 


615,886 


Worcester 


45,466 


1,225,232 


Somerset 


13,911 


141,012 



Note: Figures may not add to totals due to rounding. 

Source: Maryland State Department of Assessments and 
Taxation, 41st Annual Report, January 1987. 



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BALTIMORE MSA 




Baltimore City 


41 


Anne Arundel 


41 


Baltimore Cnty 


42 


Carroll 


40 


Harford 


40 


Howard 


41 


Queen Anne's 


41 



NO. 197 

REAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENT LEVEL RATIOS, BY POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION: 1986, 1985 AND 1984 



POLITICAL 

SUBDIVISION 1986 1985 1984 



MARYI.AND AVKRAGE 41 41 41 



41 39 

40 40 

42 41 

41 42 

42 41 

42 42 

43 42 

WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
MARYLAND PORTION 

Montgomery 41 42 41 

Prince George's 42 41 41 

Calvert 40 42 40 

Charles 42 41 40 

Frederick 41 42 42 



43 44 

41 39 

42 41 

43 41 



41 42 

41 40 
44 43 

42 42 



41 41 

41 42 
39 43 

42 42 



Source: State of Maryland, State Department of 

Assessments and Taxation, 41st Annual Report, 
January 1985; 42nd Annual Report, January 
1986; and 43rd Annual Report, January 1987. 



WESTERN MARYLAND 




Allegany 




43 


Garrett 




42 


Washington 




42 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 




St. Mary's 




41 


UPPER EASTERN 


SHORE 




Cecil 




40 


Kent 




41 


Caroline 




42 


Talbot 




40 


LOWER EASTERN 


SHORE 




Dorchester 




43 


Wicomico 




42 


Worcester 




39 


Somerset 




43 






REAL PROPERTY L.EASED 



/ i 



NO. 198 

TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN MARYLAND 
1984 AND 1985 



ITEM 



1985 



1984 



REAL PROPERTY LEASED 



No. of Leases 
Land (acres) 
No. of Locations 
Floor Area (Sq. Ft 
Annual Rental 



1,051 

669.8 

919 

11,260,888 

$ 66,232,792 



1,047 

720 

879 

10,583,750 

$ 63,814,592 



/l As of September 30 of stated years. 

Source: U.S. General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service, 
Management Planning and Evaluation Office, Summary Report of 
Real Property Leased by the United States Throughout the World as 
ol September 30, 1985, issued September 198b, and September 30, 1984, 
issued September, 198b . 



NO. 199 

FEDERALLY OWNED REAL PROPERTY' ' 
1984 AND 1985 



IN MARYLAND 



ITEM 



1985 



1984 



FEDERALLY OWNED REAL PROPERTY 

Total Cost ($1,000) 3,598,213 

No. of Installations 393 

Land (acres) 201,640 

No. of Buidings 11,169 



3,510,292 
393 
199,278.2 
11,609 



/l As of September 30 of stated years. 

Source: U.S. General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service, 
Management Planning and Evaluation Office, Summary Report of 
Real Property Owned by the United States Throughout the WoFTd as 
ot September 30, 1985", issued September 198b, and September 30, 1984, 
issued September, 1985 . 



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NO. 200 

SUMMARY DISTRIBUTION OF FEDERAL FUNDS, MARYLAND: FY 1986 

(MILLIONS OF DOLI.ARS) 



TOTAL EXPENDITURE 21,686 

GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 1,959 

SALARIES AND WAGES 4,987 

DIRECT PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS 7,326 

PROCUREMENT 6,776 

OTHER PROGRAMS 638 

NO. 200a 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL 
GOVERNMENTS, BY AGENCY AND FOR SELECTED PROGRAMS, MARYLAND: 

FISCAL YEAR 1986 
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS) 

TOTAL 1,959,278 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 126,661 

Cooperative State Research Service — agricultural 

experiment stations 4,770 

Extension Service—extension activities 4,152 

Farmers Home Administration 

Mutual and self-help housing 22 

Rural community fire protection 17 

Rural development 95 

Rural water and waste disposal 1,785 

Food and Nutrition Service 

Child nutrition programs 48,402 

Commodity distributions 71 20,920 

Food donations 3,193 

Food stamp program 19,810 

Special milk program 284 

Special supplemental food program (WIC) 19,951 

Temporary emergency food assistance 581 

Food Safety and Inspection Service—meat and poultry 

inspection 666 

Forest Service 

National grass-lands— payments to counties 3 

State and private forestry 1,317 

Soil Conservation Service 

Resource conservation and development 649 

Watershed and flood prevention operations 44 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 9,307 
Economic Development Administration 

Economic development assistance programs 3,377 

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 5,808 

National Telecommunications and Information Administration 

planning and construction 122 

(continued on following page) 



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NO. 200a (contd.) 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL 
GOVERNMENTS, BY AGKNCY AND FOR SELECTED PROGRAMS, MARYLAND: 

FISCAL YEAR 1986 
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLIJXRS) 



CORTORAT10N FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING- -Pub lie Broadcasting Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE 

Army Corps of Engineers-Flood Control Act ot 1954 
National Guard Centers—construction 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Bilingual Education and Minority Language Affairs 

Bilingual education 

Emergency immigrant and refugee education 
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education 

Compensatory education for disadvantaged 

Indian education 

Libraries and learning technologies 

School assistance in federally affected areas 

Special programs and populations 
Office of Post-secondary Education 
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services 

Education for the handicapped 

Rehabilitation services and handicapped research 

Office of Vocational and Adult Education 

Other 

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 

Abatement, control and compliance 
Construction of wastewater treatment works 
Hazardous Substance Response Trust Fund 

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION 

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY 

Disaster relief 

Emergency planning, preparedness, and mobilization 

FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT- -Appalaci an Regional 
Development Programs 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES 

Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental HEalth Administration 

Centers for Disease Control—disease control 

Health Care Financing Administration—medical assistance 

(Medicaid) 
Health Resources and Services Administration 
Human Development Services 

Community services 

Family social services 

Human development services 

Social service block grant 

Work incentives 
Social Security Administration 

Maintenance assistance payments program (A.F.D.C.) 

Child support enforcement 

Low income home energy assistance 

Refugee assistance 

State and local training 

Supplemental security income 



1,648 

241 

1 

240 

181,231 

1,144 
834 

59,165 
1,313 
3,596 
9,800 

11,017 
1,870 

35,845 

30,900 

24,453 

1,294 

6,993 

87,448 

6,849 

80,358 

241 

548 

1,471 

16 

1,455 



6,433 

701,678 

11,977 

5,939 

378,587 
29,122 

5,600 
12,164 
14,555 
48,860 

3,330 

136,687 

17,644 

33,090 

3,263 

169 

191 



(continued on following page) 






NO. 200a (contd. ) 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GRANTS TO STATK AND U)CAL 
COVKRNMENTS, BY AGENCY AND FOR SELECTED PROGRAMS, HARYLAND: 

FISCAL YEAR 1986 
(IN THOUSANDS OK DOLLARS) 



DEPARTMENT OK HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT 

Community development 

Assistance for solar conservation improvements 

Kair housing assistance 

Lower income housing assistance 
Public housing 
Housing payments Section 8 
Housing payments college housing 

Low rent housing--operating assistance 

Rental housing — rehabilitation and development 

Urban development action grants 

Other 



INSTITUTE OK MUSEUM SERVICES 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Bureau of Land Management- -payments in lieu of taxes 
Fish and Wildlife Service--f ish and wildlife restoration 

and management 
National Park Service 

Land and water conservation 

Preservation of historic properties 

Urban parks and recreation 
Surface mining reclamation and enforcement 

Abandoned mine relamation 

Regulation and technology 

DEPARTMENT OK JUSTICE 

Federal Prison System—National Institute of Corrections 
Office of Justice Assistance-- justice assistance 

DEPARTMENT OK LABOR 

Employment and Training Administration 

Community service employment for older Americans 
State unemployment insurance and employment service 

operations 
Job Training Partnership Act 
Mine Safety and Health Administration 
Occupational Safety and Health Administration 

NATIONAL KOUNDATION ON THE ARTS AND HUMANITITES- -National 

Endowment for the Arts 

DEPARTMENT OK TRANSPORTATION 

Coast Guard--Boating Safety 

Federal Aviation Administration—Airport and Airway 

Trust Fund 
Federal Highway Administraion 

Highway trust fund 

Interstate transfer grants 

Off-system railway— highway crossings 

Rail and highway crossings-demonstration program 

Safer off-system roads 

Other 
Federal Railroad Administration— rail service assistance 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 
Research and Special Programs Administration 
Urban Mass Transportation Administration 

DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY 

General revenue sharing 

VETERANS ADMINISTRATION 



45,594 

37 

229 

49,509 

8 1,979 

1 1 1 

33, 

2,057 

17,358 

267 

323 

6,242 
43 

2,056 

2,563 

668 

16 

557 
339 

1,900 

100 

1,800 

92,660 

892 

40,704 

48,579 

16 

2,469 



592 

403,763 
1,358 

13,086 

284,940 

1,913 

51 

87 

164 

3 

69 

1,787 

36 

100,269 

96,981 
96,981 

499 



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Represents value of commodities distributed to States under two programs: 

Agricultural Marketing Service— funds for strengthening markets, income 
and supply; Commodity Credit Corporation- -commodity distributions. 

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NO. 200b 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE FOR SALARIES AND 
WAGES, MARYLAND: FY 1986 
(THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS) 



OTAL 4,986,7 56 

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TOTAL 2,096,428 

Military Total 896,941 

Active 782,520 

Inactive 114,421 

Civilian 1,199,487 

POSTAL SERVICE 505,620 

ALL OTHER FEDERAL 2,384,708 



NO. 200c 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DIRECT PAYMENTS FOR 
INDIVIDUALS BY PROGRAM, MARYLAND: FY 1986 
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS) 



TOTAL 7,326,131 

Black lung payments 

Coal mine workers' compensation 6,176 

Special benefits for disabled coal miners 9,738 

National guaranteed student loan interest subsidies 33,936 

Pell Grant Program 35,917 

Housing assistance 88,676 

Social insurance payments for railroad workers 128,142 

Federal payments for unemployed compensation 5,825 
Medicare 

Hospital insurance payments 879,579 

Supplementary medical insurance payments 438,332 
Social Security 

Disability insurance payments 273,877 

Retirement insurance payments 2,118,756 

Survivors insurance payments 660,690 

Supplemental security income payments 129,316 

Excess earned income tax credits 21,805 

Veterans compensation for service connected disability 137,634 
Veterans dependency and indemity compensation for 

service connected death (DIC) 43,589 

Veterans pensions for nonservice connected disability 35,480 
Pensions to veterans' surviving spouses and children 

(widows pension) 19,503 

Veterans educational assistance (GI Bill) 13,123 

Federal workers compensation 44,868 
Federal retirement and disability payments 

Military 463,374 

Civilian 71 1,536,737 

Food stamps 170,757 

Other 30,301 



/l Includes retirement and disability payments to former U.S. Postal 
Service employees. 

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NO. 200d 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT CONTRACTS 

VALUE OF AWARDS, MARYUVND: FT 1986 

(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS) 



TOTAL 6,776,397 

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE 4,533,742 

POSTAL SERVICE 60,983 

AliL OTHER FEDERAL 2,181,672 



NO. 200e 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE FOR OTHER PROGRAMS, 
MARYLAND: FY 1986 
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS) 



TOTAL 637,517 

Grants 302,640 
Department of Health and Human Services- 
research programs 252,166 
National Science Foundation 28,696 
National Aeronautics and Space Administration 

space program research grants 10,681 

National Endowment for the Arts 1,665 

National Endowment for the Humanities 3,303 

ACTION 1,710 

Other 4,419 

Direct Payments — other than for individuals 334,877 
Department of Agriculture 

Commodity purchases—price supports 13,211 

Wheat production stabilization payments 1,113 

Crop insurance claims and payments 65 
Feed grain production stabilization 

payments 17,569 

Other agricultural programs 2,125 

Federal Employees Life and Health 

Insurance programs 219,429 

National flood insurance claim payments 4,259 

Postal Service 42,890 

Legal Services Corporation grants 3,366 

Other 30,850 



Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 
Governments Division, Federal Expenditures by State 
for Fiscal Year 1986, issued March 1987. 



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NO. 202 

FEDERAL EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTIONAL CATEGORY 
IN THE APPALACIAN PORTION OF MARYLAND: FY 1985 



FUNCTIONAL GROUPINGS 



APPALACHIA PORTION 
OF MARYLAND 



1984 Population 215,700 

Total Expenditures (dollars) 7,823,957 

Community Development 

Total 6,501,012 

Per Capita 30. 14 

Energy and Enterprise Development 

Total 360,200 

Per Capita 1.67 

Housing 

Total 760,000 

Per Capita 3.52 

Local Development District Planning & Administration 

Total 202,745 

Per Capita 0.94 



Source: Appalachian Regional Commission, 1985 Annual Report, 



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NO. 203 CONTD. 
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF THE 100TH CONGRESS 



BALTIMORE AND BALTIMORE COUNTY 



LEGEND 

2 Congra«a<onai duuici numbtf 

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Incorporated p«aca boundary 
Gamut daa>gnated piaca boundary 
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all other boundaries are as of January 1, 1980. 



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NO. 203 CONTD. 
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF THE 100TH CONGRESS 



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CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF THE 100TH CONGRESS 



HARFORD COUNTY 



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NO. 203 CONTD. 

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF THE 100TH CONGRESS 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY 




Congressional districts established April 13, 1982; 
all other boundaries as of January 1, 1980. 



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NO. 203 CONTD. 
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF THE 100TH CONGRESS 



PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY 




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No. 204 

VUTKR REGISTRATION IN MARYLAND, BY PARTY AMD POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 
AS OK OCTOBER 6, 1986 



POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 



TOTAL 
REGISTERED 

VOTERS DEMOCRATIC 



PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 



REPUBLICAN 



PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 



OTHER* 



MARYLAND 



2,139,690 



1,443,183 



67.4 



536,138 



25.1 



160,369 



BALTIMORE MSA 
Baltimore City 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore O.ty 
Carroll 
Harford 
Howard 
Queen Anne's 



393,737 
169,647 
349,772 
47,452 
72,741 
60,315 
13,114 



346,398 

103,540 

254,687 

24,206 

46,860 

45,203 

8,793 



88.0 
61.0 
72.8 
51.0 
G4.4 
56.3 
67.1 



32,080 
53,344 
79,140 
20,083 
21,216 
25,857 
3,659 



8.1 


15,259 


31.4 


12,763 


22.6 


15,945 


42.3 


3,163 


29.2 


4,665 


32.2 


J, 255 


27.9 


662 



WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 

MARYLAND PORTION 

Montgomery 

Prince George's 

Calvert 

diaries 

Froderick 

WESTERN MARYLAND 
Allegany 
Garrett 
Washington 



354,585 

287,893 

19,857 

35,483 

54,805 



39,354 
12,337 
50,594 



198,035 

200,063 

12,435 

20,289 

28,152 



18,766 

4, /IS 

27,442 



55.8 
69.5 
62.6 
57.2 

51.4 



47.7 
38.2 
54.2 



109,974 

59,007 

6,075 

12,725 

21,738 



18,964 

7,291 

20,039 



31.0 


46,576 


20.5 


28,823 


30.6 


1,347 


35.9 


2,469 


39.7 


4,915 


48.2 


1,624 


59.1 


331 


39.6 


3,113 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 
St. Mary's 



26,155 



18,829 



72.0 



5,664 



21.7 



1,662 



UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 

Kent 

Caroline 

Talbot 

LOWER EASTERN SHORE 
Dor chest • 

•:iLCO 

Worcester 
set 



27,045 
8,424 
9,266 

14,648 



14,219 
30,791 
16,735 
10,/21 



16,636 
5,503 
6,143 
8,212 



10,414 

19,404 

1 1 , 140 

7,318 



61.5 
65.3 
66.3 
56.1 



73.2 
63.0 
66.6 
68.3 



8,158 
2,521 
2,620 
5,563 



3,372 
9,361 
4,693 
2,994 



30.2 


2,251 


29.9 


400 


28.3 


503 


38.0 


873 


23.7 


433 


30.4 


2,026 


28.0 


902 


27.9 


409 



"'includes all voters except Democrats and Republicans. 

Note: Peroents may not add to 100.0 due to rounding. 

Sauna: .state Administrative Board of fclection Laws, Summary of Registration Activity Reports, 
of October 6, 198 



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no. as 

MARYLAND GENERAL ELECTION RETURNS—NOVEMBER 6, 1984 
KOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 



DEMOCRATIC PARTY 
WALTER f. MONDALE 
GERALDINE KERRARO 



% TOTAL 
SUBDIVISION 



REPUBLICAN PARTY 

RONALD REAGAN 

GEORGE BUSH 



\ TOTAL 
SUBDIVISION 



MARYLAND 


787,935 


47.2 


BALTIMORE MSA 






Baltijnore City 


202,277 


71.6 


Anne Arundel 


47,565 


33.6 


Baltimore Cnty 


106,908 


38.3 


Carroll 


8,898 


24.6 


Harford 


17,133 


31.4 


Howard 


25,713 


11.9 


Queen Anne's 


2,938 


30.2 


WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 






MARYLAND PORTION 






Montgomery 


146,036 


49.8 


Prince George's 


136,063 


58.9 


Calvert 


5,455 


39.6 


Charles 


10,264 


38.9 


Frederick 


13,411 


31.2 


WESTERN MARYLAND 






Allegany 


11,143 


36.1 


Garrett 


2,386 


25.3 


Washington 


13,329 


33.0 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 






St. Mary's 


6,420 


36.4 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 






Cecil 


6,681 


33.8 


Kent 


2,390 


38.0 


Caroline 


2,198 


31.1 


Talbot 


3,198 


28.5 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 






Dorchester 


3,160 


32.1 


Wicomico 


8,160 


33.6 


Worcester 


3,770 


31.5 


Somerset 


2,439 


35.1 



379,918 



52.8 



80,120 


28.4 


94,171 


66.4 


171,929 


61.7 


27,230 


75.4 


37,382 


68.6 


35,641 


58.1 


6,784 


69.8 



46,924 


50.2 


95,121 


41.1 


8,303 


60.4 


16,132 


61,1 


29,606 


68.8 


19,763 


63.9 


7,042 


74.7 


27,118 


67.0 



11,201 



63.6 



13,111 


66.2 


3,897 


62.0 


4,876 


68.9 


8,028 


71.5 


6,699 


67.9 


16,124 


66.4 


8,208 


68.5 


4,508 


64.9 



Note: Third-party candidates received less than 0.5 percent of the vote. 

Source: Maryland State Archives, Hall of Records Commission, Maryland Manual 1985-1986. 



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No. 206 

MARY1JYND GENERAL ELECTION RKTURNS--NOVKMBER 4, 1986 
FOR (X3VERNOR AND LT. GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND 



DEMOCRATIC PARTY 
WILLIAM D. SCHAEFER 
MELVIN A. STEINBERG 



REPUBLICAN PARTY 

THOMAS J. MOONEY 

MELVIN BILAL 



% TOTAL 
SUBDIVISION 



% TOTAL 
SUBDIVISION 



MARYIJVND 



907,291 



82.4 



194,185 



17.6 



BALTIMORE MSA 

Baltimore City 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore Cnty 
Carroll 
Harford 
Howard 
Queen Anne's 



152,553 
83,917 

174,570 

19,887 

33,633 

36,571 

6,440 



92.2 


12,935 


83.2 


16,945 


85.4 


29,857 


79.2 


5,209 


83.7 


6,528 


82.1 


7,981 


81.8 


1,430 



7.8 
16.8 
14.6 
20.8 
16.3 
17.9 
18.2 



WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
MARYLAND PORTION 



Montgomery 


147,946 


Prince George's 


102,611 


Calvert 


7,833 


Charles 


13,632 


Frederick 


21,977 


WESTERN MARYLAND 




Allegany 


14,296 


Garrett 


3,327 


Washington 


20,588 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 




St. Mary's 


9,600 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 




Cecil 


11,517 


Kent 


4,363 


Caroline 


3,874 


Talbot 


6,625 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 




Dorchester 


6,669 


Wicomico 


12,740 


Worcester 


7,140 


Somerset 


4,982 


Source: Department of 


: General ! 



75.5 


47,885 


81.3 


23,559 


75.3 


2,563 


79.0 


3,623 


76.4 


6,778 


74.9 


4,783 


61.1 


2,115 


76.8 


6,208 



81.4 



2,192 



80.1 


2,856 


84.2 


820 


80.3 


951 


78.2 


1,845 


88.2 


889 


77.3 


3,736 


81.3 


1,637 


85.3 


860 



24.5 
18.7 
24.7 
21.0 
23.6 



25.1 
38.9 
23.2 



18.6 



19.9 
15.8 
19.7 
21.8 



11.8 
22.7 
18.7 
14.7 



Archives Division, Maryland Manual 1986-1987. 



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No. 20/ 

MARYLAND GENERAL ELECTION RETURNS - NOVEMBER 2, 1982 
EOR UNITED STATES SENATOR 



DEMOCRATIC PARTY 


REPUBLICAN PARTY 


PAUL 


S 


. SARBANES 


LAWRENCE 


E J. HOCAN 






% TOTAL 




% TOTAL 






SUBDIVISION 




SUBDIVISION 


707,356 




63.5 


407,334 


36.5 


160,318 




83.0 


32,881 


17.0 


52,875 




54.5 


44,199 


45.5 


118,305 




59.4 


80,834 


40.6 


10,752 




43.7 


13,844 


56.3 


20,024 




52.4 


18,175 


47.6 


20,819 




59.2 


14,322 


40.8 


3,957 




54.6 


3,296 


45.4 



MARYLAND 

BALTIMORE MSA 
Baltimore City 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore Cnty 
Carroll 
Harford 
Howard 
Queen Anne ' s 



WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
MARYLAND PORTION 



Montgomery 




121,589 


63 


.9 


Prince George 


i -. 


94,619 


69 


.2 


Calvert 




5,768 


61 


.5 


Charles 




9,266 


57 


.4 


Frederick 




13,115 


48 


.0 


WESTERN MARYLAND 








Allegany 




12,056 


53 


.4 


Garrett 




3,801 


55 


.3 


Washington 




13,126 


47 


.2 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 








St. Mary's 




7,265 


61 


.6 


UPPER EASTERN 


SHORE 








Cecil 




8,275 


58. 


.0 


Kent 




3,153 


59. 


.7 


Caroline 




3,046 


57. 


.7 


Talbot 




4,124 


50. 


.1 


LOWER EASTERN 


SHORE 








Dorchester 




4,540 


59. 


,1 


Wicomico 




9,240 


55. 


,1 


Worcester 




4,105 


52. 


.9 


Somerset 




3,218 


56. 


3 



68,818 


36.1 


42,172 


30.8 


3,614 


38.5 


6,878 


42.6 


14,230 


52.0 


10,503 


46.6 


3,067 


44.7 


14,696 


52.8 



4,524 



38.4 



5,992 


42.0 


2,129 


40.3 


2,237 


42.3 


4,114 


49.9 


3,136 


40.9 


7,515 


44.9 


3,656 


47.1 


2,502 


43.7 



Source: Department of General Services, Hall of Records Commission, 
Archives Division, Maryland Manual 1983-1984. 



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No. 208 

MARYLAND GENERAL ELECTION RETURNS - NOVEMBER 4, 1986 
FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR 



DEMOCRATIC PARTY 
BARBARA A. MIKULSKI 



REPUBLICAN PARTY 
LINDA CHAVEZ 



% TOTAL 
SUBDIVISION 



% TOTA 
SUBDIVISIOl 



MARYLAND 



675,225 



60.7 



437,411 



39 



BALTIMORE MSA 
Baltimore City 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore Cnty 
Carroll 
Harford 
Howard 
Queen Anne ' s 



137 
54 



932 



126,914 

11,659 

21,534 

25,723 

3,915 



82 
54 
62 

43 
52 
57 
49 



28,926 
46,528 
76,785 



15 
19 
18 



329 
168 
960 



4,052 



17. 
45. 
37. 
56. 
47. 
42. 
50. 



WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
MARYLAND PORTION 



Calvert 


5,420 


Charles 


8,958 


Frederick 


13,153 


Montgomery 


117,058 


Prince George's 


85,536 


WESTERN MARYLAND 




Allegany 


8,845 


Garrett 


1,908 


Washington 


12,181 



50.2 


5,371 


50.8 


8,670 


44.3 


16,547 


59.3 


80,469 


66.8 


42,585 


45.0 


10,790 


33.3 


3,829 


44.8 


15,005 



49 
49 
55 
40 
33 



SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

St. Mary's 



6,484 



53.3 



5,676 



UPPER EASTERN 


MARYLAND 




Cecil 




6,879 


Kent 




2,791 


Caroline 




2,241 


Talbot 




3,712 


LOWER EASTERN 


SHORE 




Dorchester 




3,562 


Wicomico 




7,463 


Worcester 




4,016 


Somerset 




2,566 



48.5 


7,312 


54.1 


2,365 


45.0 


2,735 


43.1 


4,896 


47.2 


3,988 


44.5 


9,291 


45.4 


4,822 


43.7 


3,312 



51. 
45. 
55. 
56. 



52 
55 
54 
56 



Note: Write-in got less than 0.5 percent of the vote. 

Source: Department of General Services, Hall of Records Commission, 
Archives Division, Maryland Manual 1986-1987. 



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No. rt)9 

HARYIJVND GENERAL UNCTION RKSUI.TS-- NOVEMBER 4, 1986 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE 100TH CONGRESS 

OF THE UNITED STATES 

(* DENOTES WINNING CANDIDATE )« 



CONGRESS IONAI. 
DISTRICT 



DEMOCRATIC 
PARTY 



REPUBLICAN 
PARTY 



First District* J 

Second District '^ 
Third District* ° 
Fourth District < " > 
Fifth District* 5 * 

Sixth District*' 
Seventh District * /] 
Eighth District <B> 



* Roy Dyson 


88,113 


Harlan C. Williams 


43,764 


Kathleen K. Townsend 


68,200 


* Helen D. Bentley 


96,745 


* Benjamin L. Cardin 


100,161 


Ross Z. Pierpont 


26,452 


* Thomas McMillen 


65,071 


Robert R. Neail 


64,643 


* Steny H. Hoyer 


82,098 


John E. Sellner 


18,102 


* Beverly B. Byron 


102,975 


John Vandenberg 


39,600 


* Kweisi Mfume 


79,226 


St. George I.B. Crosse, III 


12,170 


Stewart Bainum, Jr. 


82,825 


* Constance A. Morella 


92,917 



tfNo other candidates listed here; for third-party and write-in candidates, consult the 
source material. 

Districts include all or parts of: 

1> Calvert, Caroline, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Harford, Kent, Queen Anne's, St. Mary's 
Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico, Worcester. 

^Harford, Baltimore County. 

^Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Howard. 

" > Anne Arundel, Prince George's, Howard. 

"" > Prince George's. 

^Allegany, Carroll, Frederick, Garrett, Howard, Montgomery, Washington. 

'Baltimore City, Baltimore County. 

^Montgomery. 

Source: Maryland State Archives, Hall of Records Commission, Maryland Manual 1986-1987. 



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NO. 210 
RECREATION HOMES, BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION: 1980 









VACANT SEASONAL 








AND 


MIGRATORY 




TOTAL 
HOUSING 


YEAR-ROUND 
HOUSING 






POLITICAL 




PERCENT OF 


SUBDIVISION 


UNITS 


UNITS 


UNITS 


TOTAL HOUSING 


MARYLAND 


1,570,907 


1,549,219 


21,688 


1.4 


BALTIMORE MSA 










Baltimore City 


302,680 


302,459 


221 


0.1 


Anne Arundel 


129,031 


126,750 


2,281 


1.8 


Baltimore Cnty. 


243,994 


243,250 


744 


0.3 


Carroll 


32,115 


32,036 


79 


0.2 


Harford 


49,435 


49,346 


89 


0.2 


Howard 


42,499 


42,480 


19 


N 


Queen Anne ' s 


10,030 


9,720 


310 


3.1 



WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
MARYLAND PORTION 



Montgomery 


216,221 


216,052 


169 


0.1 


Prince George ' s 


236,465 


236,339 


126 


0.1 


Calvert 


12,782 


12,535 


247 


1.9 


Charles 


22,721 


22,623 


98 


0.4 


Frederick 


39,671 


39,542 


129 


0.3 


WESTERN MARYLAND 










Allegany 


31,893 


31,563 


330 


1.0 


Garrett 


12,232 


9,519 


2,713 


22.2 


Washington 


42,391 


41,991 


400 


0.9 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 










St. Mary's 


21,278 


21,048 


230 


1.1 


UPPER EASTERN SHORE 










Cecil 


22,977 


21,224 


1,753 


7.6 


Kent 


7,347 


6,697 


650 


8.8 


Caroline 


8,818 


8,803 


15 


0.2 


Talbot 


11,230 


11,115 


115 


1.0 


LOWER EASTERN SHORE 










Dorchester 


12,753 


12,342 


411 


3.2 


Wicomico 


24,672 


24,513 


159 


0.6 


Worcester 


29,863 


19,735 


10,128 


33.9 


Somerset 


7,809 


7,537 


272 


3.5 



# Less than 0.05. 

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 

1980 Census of Housing, Final Report HC80-1-A22, Maryland 



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NO. 211 
OPEN SPACE LAND AND SELECTED RECREATION FACILITIES 



1986 



POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION 



PERCENT 
OUTDOOR 
RECREATION 
AREA Tl 7 



CAMPING FACILITIES IN 
FORESTS AND PARKS 



NATIONAL 
AND 
REGIONAL* 2> 



STATE 



PRIVATE 



MARYLAND 8 . 5 

BALTIMORE MSA 

Baltimore City 13.9 

Anne Arundel 5.7 

Baltimore Cnty. 12.2 

Carroll 3.3 

Harford 3.6 

Howard 8 . 1 

Queen Anne's 2.3 

WASHINGTON, D.C. MSA: 
MARYLAND PORTION 

Montgomery 13 

Prince Georqe's 9.5 

Calvert 2.5 

Charles 4.4 

Frederick 7.1 

WESTERN MARYLAND 

Allegany 22.4 

Garrett 19.5 

Washington 8.8 

SOUTHERN MARYLAND 

St. Mary's 3.1 

UPPER EASTERN SHORE 

Cecil 7.2 

Kent 3.5 

Caroline 2.5 

Talbot .5 

LOWER EASTERN SHORE 

Dorchester 9.6 

Wicomico 1.9 

Worcester 8.5 

Somerset 14.9 



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7 


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3 


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( ' 'Land classified as public recreation or open space land as 
proportion of all land (does not include water) . 

(i?) The C&O Canal Washington Canal Historic Park runs through 
Montgomery, Frederick, Washington and Allegany Counties. 

Source: Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development, 
Office of Tourism Development. Maryland Department of 
Natural Resources, A creage Report (Jan. 1, 1987). 
Maryland Department or btate Planning, Comprehensive 
Policy Planning Division, Maryland Recreation Inventory. 



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